With almost 20 years working in the music industry, Zeca Leme had the opportunity to always be part of great projects with main artists/studios in Brazil.
In 2012 , he opened his own place , BTG Studio, with the mentality to provide a great structure in a modern room. BTG Studio it was deign by WSDG Group and the "Mix Room" is powered with an API 1608, Dynaudio's, Empirical Labs and everything else that you need to make your track "sounds like a record".
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6 ReviewsEndorse Zeca Leme | BTG Studio
Zeca is a world-class mixing engineer! Incredibly knowledgeable and experienced. So lucky to have his help in a project. Highly recommended!
Zeca is one of the most serious professionals that I know. He's passionate about what he does and always seeks to overcome the clients expectations. Can't stress how much I recommend him.
Very talented, experienced and thorough. He is always attentive to clients needs and has state of the art gear in his studio.
Zeca is an amazing person and engineer. He's extremely professional and very committed to delivering the absolute best result. Highly recommend him.
Zeca is one of the best mixing engineers I know. Very professional and nice person. I totally recommend him!
Zeca at BTG Studio is of one the best mixing engineers I've had the pleasure to work with. A great person and a great professional.
Highly recommended for mixing and recording services!
Interview with Zeca Leme | BTG Studio
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: The studio's heart is the API 1608 console. In the analog domain also have a few outboard compressor's and EQ's to add flavors when need it. In the digital domain, I have a Pro Tools HDX system loaded with plug-ins.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Passion and Experience. As the years goes by, you learn how to identify the right elements of the song.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: A mix always start with a detailed conversation with the artist. I like to hear about the creation process and discuss ideas to learn what the songs needs to achieve. Listen to the ruff mix, take some notes before start moving faders.