Tano Brock is a professional producer, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist. He has been producing music for over 10 years, and has worked on over 30 commercial releases. He has had songs placed in advertisements for brands like Verizon, Netflix, Microsoft, Salesforce, and more.
Tano Brock is a 23 year-old singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer. Born and raised in San Francisco, CA, Tano began studying and performing music at a young age and had an almost super-natural knack for it ever since he began banging on a drum at only a few months old. Throughout his childhood, Tano accompanied his family to various music camps in California where he was exposed to music from all over the world. At 6 years old, he began studying darbuka, a Middle Eastern drum. He then started studying piano at age 7, and at 12 began teaching himself guitar. In his early teens he started playing saxophone/clarinet, as well as exploring the world of digital recording and production. At age 17, he released his self-produced debut solo album “Bandit” (2014) - which garnered significant success and launched his career as a composer for synch licensing. In 2019, Tano graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Bachelors degree focused on Music Production & Engineering. He is currently producing for various artists of different styles such as reggaeton artist: La Doña, Indie Pop artist Aya Safiya, Colombian/Ecuadorian artist: Gerson Eguiguren, and Turkish/Azeri duo: BalaBass.
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Interview with Tano Brock
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I would say the most common type of work I do for clients is an all-in-one package type of thing: production, mixing, mastering, sometimes even co-writing and arranging too. I like to do everything! Both separately and together.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: My long time writer/producer inspiration is Ryan Tedder. He is the type of producer I aspire to be: a bandleader, songwriter, producer, hitmaker, and all-round collaborator.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: The center of my studio setup is a 6' 8" wide workstation desk I built myself, complete with monitor stands and 36U of rack space. I run a Universal Audio system (hardware and plugins). The room is completely treated with 3" thick rock wool acoustic panels. I work mostly in the box, but I'm currently acquiring more outboard gear, and I'm starting to delve into the analog world.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I would say my strongest skill is bringing a song to finished, polished, perfect product. One of favorite parts about being a producer and engineer is being able to create a final product. That's what I do best.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both! In this day and age it's almost impossible to ignore digital, but including some analog parts in our digital world makes it sound much sweeter :)