Rob Harari has built a solid repertoire as a music producer, audio engineer and composer.  He has produced soundtracks for independent films, documentaries and Emmy-award winning television programs.  He has produced and engineered tracks for jazz, pop and rock artists, both locally and nationally.  He is widely known as the ‘Tap Floor Guy’ due to his pioneering and unique talents in working with Savion Glover and Gregory Hines in the studio, on stage and on screen.  As an audio designer, Rob has parlayed his knowledge of sound in the building and renovation of recording studios, theatres and clubs.


As the business manager for HarariVille, Julie Harari brings a wealth of real world experience.  Her analytical skills were sharpened through 15 years of corporate life in database marketing and research.  This included positions at Parents Magazine tracking the sales of children’s book clubs; Gevalia Kaffe forecasting the gourmet coffee business (before there was a Starbucks on every corner); and Home Box Office where she built a database research department.  To simplify her life, Julie accepted her first ever studio job offer (it helps to be married to the boss) and she currently books the sessions and keeps the books.




Producer and Engineer Mike Roze inhabits HarariVille's studio b. He's worked with such rock acts as King Crimson, Prefab Sprout, and Mercury Rev. Mike is also an all-around musician, playing drums, guitar, and keyboards. He can be heard playing with his band, The Subterraneans.



Christopher Speich  is the webmaster, studio assistant, and resident drum technician. In addition to the studio, Chris is a professional  drummer and percussionist, performing both live and studio work around the world. 



The real force behind this operation, Indiana Bones, hails all the way from - that's right - Indiana.  In fact, Rob drove across the country just to retrieve this villager.  Indy can throw down killer mixes, so be sure to ask for her assistance on your next recording.  Payment?  Just throw her a bone, of course!  But beware, if she hears one more "We named the dog Indiana" reference, you just might need to throw her two.






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