Lautaro Camacho

Guitarist; Vocals; Producer

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Hi! I am a session musician, songwriter and producer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. My musical influences are pop-rock, 70's rock, 80's pop, funk, soul and R&B. But... I'm open to work on other music that is outside of my comfort zone, because I love new trends. I'm always looking to expand my language and discover new sounds. See you soon! ;)

I have been working as a musician for more than 15 years. I have a lot of experience playing in live bands and also recording in studios. I specialize in electric and acoustic guitar, bass, lead vocals and background harmonic vocals arrangements. Throughout those years I played different instruments and vocals on records by amazing indie artists, and in my own musical projects. I also teach music at different levels, therefore I have a broad command of the musical language and the mood of very varied genres. I would define myself as a creative musician, who works fast, solid tempo and groove. I am also a very good programmer of digital drums.

In the most recent years of my career I started working as a producer of my own songs and also on indie rock pop projects for clients.

I am constantly learning, always seeking to develop my knowledge in the field of music and I am a passionate student of production and mixing. I am eager to work with artists from different parts of the world, and share my experience to create beautiful music.

Tell me about your project and how I can help, through the 'Contact' button above.


  • English
  • Spanish

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  1. Review by Armando Tabacchi
    by Armando Tabacchi

    Lautaro is a great producer, receptive to the concerns of the artist, patient and absolutely talented in adding colors to the productions he makes. I'm working on my song Brujas, from one of my latest albums ENTRE LAS CALLES SIN FIN (TABA Y LOS DEL CIELO). I recommend it 100%. Thank you very much Lautaro for your work and for the final results. TABA

Interview with Lautaro Camacho

  1. Q: How would you describe your style?

  2. A: Dynamic producer and songwriter. I could say that I'm restless, rhythmically speaking. Solid and creative vintage guitarist. Groove bassist. Energetic and dusty tenor vocal.

  3. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  4. A: Tricky question! ;) In my case, I try to use the best of both worlds. Digital or analog mix give good results if they are well used. It all depends on the hardware and the budget available at work. Speaking of mastering... I definitely prefer analog tools.

  5. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  6. A: Work with love and patience. Give 100% of my skills and share all my experience.

  7. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  8. A: Be focused on the take. Feel the song. Imagine how you want it to sound at the end of the mix and connect with that. 90% of the final sound is in how you played on the take. Try to be solid and expressive. Don't overdub too many takes. Over time you will see how much time is wasted on it.

  9. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  10. A: I usually work on indie rock, pop rock, fusion rock, neo soul, funk and R&B songs. In my spare time I practice production on instrumental pieces in which I freely play and sequence. It's a great way to create fresh assets for my other productions.

  11. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  12. A: I worked on the production of my band's latest album (Tape Mosh EP: Untango / Máquinas / Döme). I am especially proud of that production, because I feel that I reached an excellent level of performance on guitar and voice. I also improved my production and mixing work a lot. I actively worked together with my co-producer Dario Larrondo creating the spatial vintage atmosphere of the sound, carefully choosing the equipment to achieve it.

  13. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  14. A: I'm working on my next album. And in parallel I am producing a series of covers of songs by Lianne La Havas with the Argentine musician and singer Martina Perez Cabrera.

  15. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  16. A: The possibility of working with people from all over the world. Learn about the diversity that exists between people and cultures, and expand my musical language as a result of that.

  17. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  18. A: Eruca Sativa, Marilina Bertoldi, Martin Buscaglia, Dante Spinetta.

  19. Q: What's your typical work process?

  20. A: First of all I like to have a meeting with clients to learn more about their history and career and the music they like to play and listen to. This helps me better understand what sound they are looking for. We take notes and look for audio references. In the production, I start with a quick sketch to try to capture the essence of the song. I pay special attention to the lyrics and ask myself "what does this song really express?". With a quick voice take and a harmonic instrument, I begin to build the rest of the soundscape. Sometimes, if it's a more groovy song, I start from the rhythm section (drums or percussion, whenever required) and the bassline. Once I'm happy with the shape of the song, I move on to creating the rest of the atmosphere with guitars, pianos, synts, beats and background vocals (whatever the song really needs). With all the takes ready and after editing what was necessary, I start the mix with the pans, corrective eq, and a first stage of compression. When I'm satisfied with how this rather raw version sounds, I start the creative mix, looking for the necessary effects, coloring with saturation and compression, delay, reverb, etc. Finally I work on the volume envelopes, eq, pan and effects. With all the elements in place and sounding beautiful, I let the mix rest for a few days, then make final adjustments and voila! Everything is ready for the mastering stage. I want to emphasize that at all stages I allow and also enjoy the feedback with my clients since my main task is to materialize what they need to express as composers.

  21. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  22. A: I work in my home studio. I am equipped with a roland quad capture interface. Sennheiser HD280 Pro Black Headphones. AKG C3000 Vintage Condenser, Audio Technica AT2035 Condenser. Mackie Cr4 monitors. Guitars Fender American Stratocaster 79', Telecaster 90' Luthier, Acoustic Seagull Cedar 6 90', Gibson Les Paul Studio 2011. Fender American Bass JP90 Modified with EMG pickups. Korg Minilogue synthesizer.

  23. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  24. A: Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Sean Lennon, Lianne La Haves, Nathy Peluso, Eruca Sativa, Marilina Bertoldi, Vulfpeck, Kevin Parker, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, Mark Ronson, Daft Punk, Hiatus Kaiyote, Louis Cole.

  25. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  26. A: Rock, Pop, Alternative Rock, Indie, Funk, Neo Soul and R&B.

Tape Mosh - Máquinas

I was the Lead singer, guitarist and co-producer in this production

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  • Sean Ono Lennon
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Gear Highlights
  • Fender American Stratocaster 79
  • Telecaster Luthier Fender 51' Nocaster Pickups
  • Fender JP90 USA Bass
  • Seagul CEDAR 6 Acoustic Guitar
  • Korg MInilogue
  • AKG C3000 (Sweeden)
  • Audio Technica AT2035
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US$299 for producing and mixing a full song. 15% OFF if you hire me to record more than one instrument.