Hi My name is Nico. I am a French sound engineer based out of Los Angeles. i graduated in 2008 from Berklee college of music's prestigious sound engineering and music production program. I ve have Been mixing, mastering and producing for over 10 years. Many of the projects have been nominated and won Grammys.
Kick Horns are a UK horn section with our own studio in SE London, The Tall Place. We have played on over fifty top 10 albums and over fifty top 20 singles. Credits include Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Blur, The Who, Dr John, Baaba Maal and Stereo MCs.
I started my music career at Trevor Horn´s SARM WEST Studios, in 1989. After 10 years and working with artists such as, SEAL, WENDY AND LISA, PET-SHOP BOYS, THE ART OF NOISE, KYLIE MINOGUE, ADAMSKI, and THE ROLLING STONES, I decided togo freelance. I'm currently based in OSLO Norway - at LITTLE HILL STUDIOS, but hail from England.
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