The music of the Renaissance is one of most pure musics ever written, it has the powerful vibration of what is considered a natural pitch, this difference of distances between intervals is probably one of the things that makes music theme float from one chord to the other in a bright way.
Producer and recording engineer based in London.
Presented as a soloist guitarist at Indian National theatre and Babylon Great Theatre. Produced a wide number of audio recordings that have been released at Nonclassical, Orpheus, ARC, Naxos of America, Orchid Classics and others. Graduated as Choir Master and currently working in the development of different music festivals such as Ketevan World Sacred Music Festival (India), Babylon Festival (Iraq), London Strings Festival and intensely with a number of performers of classical and Early Music. Collaborations with the British Museum, Royal College of Music and the Guildhall School, producing also a number of albums at the iconic Abbey Road Studios and has worked for six years in the Latin American Baroque Festival of Buenos Aires.
In the time I worked as a choir conductor I always had the image of sitting on a console controlling the set up of every parameter, the difference was that instead of buttons I was using my hands to adjust de texture, dynamics, pitch, tempo and accents.
Now getting the sound as natural as possible as if it was being played just in front of me is an exciting challenge.
Make the musicians relax in their comfortable position, focusing on playing great music.
Church & Concert Halls
Understanding of acoustics & Stereophonic width
Set up and test sound equipment before events, broadcasts or recordings
Technical expertise in sound engineering techniques in real time
Record, edit and mix audio tracks (instruments, vocals etc.)
Enhance sound quality and add sound effects to recordings
Solist - Ensemble - Orchestra -
Creativity and attention to detail
Reach professional standard
Acknowledgement of mastering also in classical music
Stoke Newington, London, UK