I've been recording and mixing records since 2005.

My credits go from Mon Laferte. Los Angeles Negros and La Gusana Ciega, to Comisario Pantera, Odisseo, Corazon Attack, and lots of other artists.

With every song, my goal is to make it create a universe of it's own, having the listener to feel immersed in it, keeping the artist vision and also offering my knowledge and skills to bring out what's best for the song, be it rock, pop or any genre.

My intention is to give every artist a sound that they feel proud to call their own, and still manage to remain transparent and true to the heart of the song and the atmosphere created by it.

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • PT HD
  • Rupert Neve Designs
  • Kush Audio
  • Unity Audio
  • Elysia
  • Antelope
  • Inward Connections
  • Warm Audio
  • Altec
  • Chandler Limited
  • Folcrom

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

4 revisions included.
Turn around time for mixing is usually 3 days per song, for mastering 2 days.

Tutorials by Alan Garcia

5 Principios de Mezcla que Aprendí de mis Errores.

Mezclar en "Solo"
Parece una cuestión simple y hasta obvia, pero mezclar en...

Reviews of Alan Garcia

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby

    @Alan, muchas gracias por compartir tus experiencias para este pollo que va empezando en este arte.

  • Default-avatarabout 3 years agoby

    Sin duda alguna una persona muy profesional, comprometida con su trabajo, paciente y eficiente. Lo recomendamos ampliamente.

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby

    Excelente trabajo, muy profesional y paciente. Detallista y exigente con sigo mismo.

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Interview with Alan Garcia

Analog or digital and why?
Hybrid, you can have the best of both worlds now.
What do you like most about your job?
I get to charge for what I love doing.
Can you share one music production tip?
Avoid using the 'solo' button.
What type of music do you usually work on?
Indie rock, but I've worked on many genres on my career.
What do you bring to a song?
My goal is to take the song and add excitement to it and somehow still remain transparent.
What's your typical work process?
I try to mix fast to keep the creative aspect flowing. I use lots of automation and love movement in the mix.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I have hybrid setup. I mix mostly ITB but have a few pieces of outboard gear I use to add some color to tracks. I usually do the summing OTB.