Phil Ramone, a Grammy-winning producer and Berklee trustee, died on March 30 at the age of 79. Ramone was known for putting artists at ease in the studio, letting artists' own sound come through rather than leaving his fingerprints all over their work, and for his mastery of studio technology. NPR offers a tribute:
Phil Ramone, A Record Producer Who Made Simplicity Sound Sublime, Dies
The library's collection of CDs he worked on shows the wide range of his career.