Bill Gibson (SEATTLE, WA) has been recording, producing, performing and writing music for more than 35 years. He entered the book and video publishing business in 1991 as an author and course developer. Having produced more than 37 books and videos, and countless records, he is also an online professor for Berklee College of Music in Boston. Gibson is a noted author, media content creator, training and communications specialist, and developmental editor.

Years Experience

Books Written

Albums and Audio Projects


Recording, engineering, producing arranging, songwriting, live sound, teaching, authoring books and creating all forms of media resources.


  • Developmental Editor: Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group
  • Author: Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group
  • National Trustee (2012–2016): The Recording Academy (GRAMMYS®)
  • Instructor/Curriculum Development: Berklee College of Music
  • Board of Governors: The Recording Academy
  • Past Chair of the P&E Committee for the PNW Chapter of the Recording Academy
  • President: Northwest Music & Recording, Inc., which includes:
    • Audio recording and engineering
    • Music production
    • Audio Recording Classes
    • Instructional books about audio recording and live sound
    • Film sound design