Quality audio is and always has been a critical component in the music industry. It ensures all elements of a song is appropriately represented. It may also involve the use of elaborate effects to bring out the unique vision of a recording. Regardless of the project at hand, it requires the uncompromising attention of an experienced professional.
Owner | Audio Engineer, Red Corner Studios
Growing up in the U.S. Virgin Islands, there was not many opportunities afforded in the field of audio. Regardless, Kareem was determined to become a contender among fellow audio professionals. He ultimately received his certification in Audio Engineering & Music Production from the Recording Radio & Film Connection. As he continued to perform audio recording and mixing services, he made the move to San Antonio Texas where he developed his own unique sound.
It is important to be paired with an individual that is courteous of your vision and knows the tools needed to achieve it. Over a 10-year time span, he has been able to collaborate with many artists on a variety of projects. Not only does Kareem pride himself on delivering superb quality in product, but also in service. He believes that the client should be made the ultimate priority and does everything in his power to meet their needs. His extensive customer friendly approach has made him a true asset to the clients he serves. With his extensive knowledge and background in recording and post-production, he is a true asset to any client.
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Interview with Kareem Pedro
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: I prefer using analog gear whenever possible. There's something about an electrical signal passes through gear that gives it an organic feeling. Digital plugins today do a great job of emulating the original pieces.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: iMac, Neumann u87, VinTech x73i, Tube Tech CL1B, and all UAD plugins.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common types of work I do for clients is mixing Gospel and R&B songs. These are my favorites to work on because the sonic capabilities are endless. I also take on a lot of Hip Hop clients as well.