Musician, Producer and Mixing Engineer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since 2005 working in the music industry. Lot of experience working in Studios both in the US and Argentina, and with clients from all over the world. 20 years of audio experience!

As a guitarist I record electric and acoustic guitar for anything from singles to full albums. film score and short jingles. I will track remotely and send tracks via internet. On request, I can record a "dry" direct line, if you aren't ready to commit to a specific tone, which can be "re-amped" to find your ideal tone.

I can produce or compose original tracks for you from scratch or work in collaboration to make competitive and original sounding music. I can work as Producer or do composition, sound design, arrangement, orchestration, editing, recording, and mixing.

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My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Fender Stratocaster Am Dlxe
  • Ibanez Custom
  • Epiphone Acoustic
  • Dynaudio BM5 mkIII
  • Focal Twin6 BE
  • Focusrite
  • OSX
  • Protools 12
  • Neve 5059 Satellite Summing Mixer
  • Neve 511 Mic Pre with Texture
  • Manley Massive Passive
  • Chandler Stereo Compressor

Genres I specialize in

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What do you like most about your job?
I like to add all my expertise to the song or production to contribute with the artist music.
What are you working on at the moment?
My main project is Goro Wins in which I work as a composer and guitarist. Nowadays we are working on the preproduction of the next album. My other big project is with Nacho Lafflitto, an Argentinian songwriter, where I'm the guitarist, musical director and arranger. Currently I'm also mixing "Simio Despierto"'s next album and starting the production of Luel Gaez first album which will be recorded in a few months. On the other hand, occasionally I work as a live sound engineer for several Argentinian bands.
Analog or digital and why?
Both of them, now we can take advantage of having a lot of power processing in a small piece of gear and if we need something special (Analog) we can go for it.