I try do it as good as I know. Firstly, always listen the music before recording. Music must be listened, it's an emocional energy. From there, we can work. Trust your ears: if it sounds good, that's fine. No rules. If you have to use +17 dB to get the sound you want, go ahead. The important thing is how it sounds, not what you did to achieve it. "
Raúl Navarro is a sound engineer, from Alicante (Spain). He began his sound studies in 2010 at the IES Albayzín in Granada, a city where he lived for two years. There he discovered his true vocation and decided to expand his studies beyond sound. He enrolled in 2012 in the Degree in Audiovisual Communication of the University of Murcia that ended in early 2017. Coinciding with his last year of career he enrolled in the Master of Sound Engineering and Record Production of the UCAM, taught by professionals of the musical production as Ludovico Vagnone, Tato Latorre, Diego Garcia "The Twanguero", Juan Hidalgo and Nigel Walker among others.
As a sound engineer he has made the recording and sound postproduction in several short films, documentaries, reports and webseries. He has also worked in television as a sound control assistant. He has been a sound technician at the Municipal Auditorium of the Crevillent House of Culture, sounding plays, concerts, meetings both outdoors and indoors. He has recorded independently small musical groups from Granada, Murcia and Alicante. He worked at Deluxe Spain (Madrid) as a sound editing assistant in films such as "7 años" or "Zona hostil". And her biggest experience so far, has been to participate as a recording and mixing assistant on Rayden's "Antónimo" (2016), "Lo dengo todo" (2017) by Joaquín Sabina, "Oriente" (2017) Antonio Lizana.
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