- Ron Obvious
Ron Obvious (Ron Obvious Vermeulen) is a seminal Vancouver punk-rock producer, engineer and studio designer.
After completing an electronics degree in Toronto, He started working in the recording industry, September 1976 at
Little Mountain Sound Studiosin Vancouver. Working as a technical assistant to John Vrtacic, also working in the dubbing room and assisting on recording sessions. In the following years he was the engineer on many jingles and assisted on various movie soundtracks.
In the evening hours Ron along with
Bob Rockand Mike Fraser, started recording the early punk bands in Vancouver around 1977. These included Tim Ray A/V, Pointed Sticks, D.O.A., The Subhumans, Bob Coulter, Go Four 3 and UJ3RK5. Also recording the first albums by Brandon Wolf ( Barney Bentall) and Spirit of the West. After assisting on the 1984 Loverboyalbum "Lovin' Every Minute Of It" on the newly installed SSL 4048 E in Studio B, he made the move to a full time technical future.
Upon leaving LMS in 1991, he went on to design and build studios for
Bryan Adams" The Warehouse Studio", Jim Vallance"Armoury Studios", k.d lang (private), Bob Rock(private), Colin James(private), and Mutt Lange(private), Ron also completed the acoustic and technical design for a number of recording schools in British Columbia, Canada.
Ron retired from the recording industry as technical director of The Warehouse Studio in August 2003, and now owns and operates Mermaid's Kiss Art Gallery, in Gimli-Manitoba.
Designing his own mobile recording studio, "Dragonfly Mobile Recording" Ron can now be found recording various small projects, in the Manitoba Interlake area.
He is a longtime friend of
Katie Sketch, lead vocalist for The Organand recently has been helping record the Manitoba based band The Papsmears
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