William Bowden is one of Australia's foremost audio engineers.
As chief mastering engineer at Festival Records in Sydney during much of the 1990s, and since 2001 as the owner of King Willy Sound, he's worked with a who's who of Australian pop, jazz, classical, country and alternative musicians - including Tim Finn, The Church, Kylie Minogue, The Living End, The Triffids and James Blundell.
In 2013 he was the first mastering engineer to share the Record of the Year Grammy, for his work on Gotye's Somebody That I Used To Know.
North 32 Degrees is William's first solo album since The Dream of the Currawong, released in 1994.
William Bowden lives with his family in Launceston, Tasmania, where his studio overlooking the Tamar possesses what is arguably the finest view of any such establishment in the country.https://ultimathuleambient.bandcamp.com/album/north-32-degrees