I will profesionally Mix and master your music.
I am a musician, composer and producer, fond of electronics applied to music and acoustics. Since 2017 I work as a freelance producer, recording, mixing and mastering technician. Working for different bands and musical genres in various local recording studios.I am always looking for projects that challenge me and I am passionate about excellence.
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Nacho es un gran profesional audio.
Nacho you did a great job, you delivered it and we are very happy with the results
Great work! I will contact him again for sure!
One of the best mixes I've heard on this site. Highly recommended!! Delivered on time and very easy to work with
Nacho is an excellent professional, delivers on time and with great taste!
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Great mix! Communication is key in our business and thats why I love working with Nacho. 100% recommended.
super detailed mix, excellent taste, fast delivery! Nacho is your man!
Nice to work with Nacho! He is a great engineer! Recomended!!!
Working with Nacho was an amazing experience. He understood what I wanted and I am very happy with the results!! He is an excelent profesional.
Interview with Nacho Vasko
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: both are tools and have their specific and particular uses, the most important thing is not the process but a good interpretation!
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I will put all my dedication in each project
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: confuse the processes in the production stages of a song and think that one is more or less important than another: pre-production, production, editing, mixing, mastering. They are all equally important to achieve a good result!
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What meaning does this song have for you? Which artists inspire you the most? What kind of people do you think could be your audience?
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: If you are looking for a person who respects your art and helps you enhance it, you will not regret it.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Guitar , precision bass , sm 58 mic, apogee ensemble and my macbook haha
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I have experience in working with renowned local engineers and producers and a vast knowledge and handling of different DAWS (Protools, Logic, Ableton Live). I believe in teamwork. I am passionate about audio editing, as a musician I interpret the foundation of various styles from Latin or reggae, to hard rock, folk or jazz. If necessary, edit manually, or grid it until reaching the expected cohesion. Or in the best of cases, if the style warrants it, select the best shot and keep it as natural as possible. I handle with precision different tuners such as Melodyne, Waves tune, Antares Auto tune according to the artistic intention that helps the interpretation that is somewhat subtle or stands out as an effect. I am known for being methodical and orderly, using color codes and shortcuts to maintain focus. I am used to working under technical demands and responding to established deadlines. I have no problem working overtime or working after hours, my priority is to be able to achieve the best results and respond to the demands of the producer. My main references are: Andrés Mayo (mastering engineer) Cachorro López (producer, mixing and mastering engineer) Eduardo Bergallo (Soda Stereo mixing and mastering engineer) Mario Breuer (mixing and mastering engineer). Internationals: Geoff Emerick, Bruce Swedien, Andy Wallace and Bob Kats. About me: Musician, composer, producer, mixing and mastering technician, fond of electronics applied to music. From 2005 at the age of 15 I discovered my passion for sound taking my first steps as an assistant and itinerant operator in the First Baptist Church of Rosario, and over the years I developed as a musician / producer and sound operator for different independent bands in the city of Rosario. (D.N.I., Shelby Reggae, Vibrativa, Worse than you, Jerusalen Paradise, Jet Lag, Laura Molina, L.E.O.N., Vero Del Vecchio) Currently working as a live operator of P.A and monitors, recording and mixing technician as well as producing productions, mixing and mastering in my home studio "El jardincito records" located in the city of Rosario, Argentina. Studies: • Instrumentalist at the Provincial School of Music, Electric Guitar at CEFOMAA and Rosario Municipal School of Music. • Certification in Dante Level 1 and 2 protocols. ( Spanish and English) • Mixing Workshop with Ariel Lavigna. • Mastering Workshop with Ezequiel Morfi (Andres Mayo studio) • Modular Synthesis with Walter Cescato. • Studio recording, digital mixing and mastering at CETEAR. • Recording and Mixing on Open Tape at Estudios El Attic with Patricio Claypole. • Musical production with Pelu Romero. • Musical production with Mario Breuer. • Sound production and synthesis with Jorge Chikiar.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Relaxed and efficient
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I would like to work with new artists whose music inspires them and who have something to say because I believe that music is a great means of communication
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: The song is King
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Rock, Pop,Gospel , Reggae , Folk
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Understand the artist and enhance the song
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: As a musician, originality and freshness. As a technician, all the technical conditions necessary to be able to translate the sound well in any reproduction system.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: When I consider it necessary, I like to work on mixing and mastering starting from production to understand the concept and the vibes that the artist wants to capture and help enhance their virtues. Freshness, naturalness and originality in music seem important to me. I try to avoid taking the soul out of a work with technical tricks.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Thank God I have the possibility of working in different studios according to the requirements or stage of production. In my home studio I have an ideal setup for production, I work on my mackbook with Pro tools and Logic, My guitars are Fender Stratocaster with Noisless mic, Fender Telecaster American traditional and PRS Starla, I have a variety of pedals, I also have Roland Fantom, Hohner keyboards clavinet duo, and my main interface is an apogee ensemble I use to monitor some alesis m1 mk2 and I have a variety of Rode microphones, vintage senheiser 421, 414, shure Sm57 and more. When mixing I like consoles, I have the possibility of working in a studio with an old Neve console from the 70's that really adds up in certain productions. For mastering I have my own mastering studio that is correctly treated acoustically, where my main monitors are Genelec 8040B.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: They will inspire me to be better technically and to be able to surpass my abilities every day. Also to understand other points of view within the subjectivity of music
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I work mixing and mastering music but from production, also as a guitarist I like to collaborate on arrangements. My job is to understand what the artist has to transmit and translate it as he has it in his mind.