Bob Potter is the Recording Studio Manager/Technical Specialist for FLCC and has worked for the College since 2003. Previously Potter was an independent touring sound engineer and founded Cabin Fever Recording. He has also worked as a production manager for the Iron Horse Entertainment Group, and as an audio engineer for Klondike Sound and the Ken Burns documentary film "Jazz". He earned his associate's degree in music recording technology from FLCC. Potter has developed SUNY's first Sound Reinforcement/Live Recording class offering students the option to pursue other Audio Engineering possibilities. In the course of a 30-year engineering career, Potter has been behind the console for some of the biggest names in the business including Ray Charles, B.B. King, Norah Jones, Miles Davis, John Mayer, Sir George Martin, Chick Corea, Emmy Lou Harris and Herbie Hancock. His production and recording credits have led to albums and CD's that have sold in more than 40 countries.