Associate member of the Grammy Recording Academy, I'm a Telecommunications Engineer specializing in Sound and Image. I graduated with honors, receiving the Best Academic Record award from the Official College of Telecommunications Engineers and earning distinctions in my Final Project "Digital Signal Processing".
The people I've worked with usually highlight two important qualities: a deep technical knowledge, and an innate understanding of the current sound. I closely follow both national and international releases, to stay up to date with the latest trends.
I've been involved in many interesting projects during my career. It is difficult to pick out just a few, but some that have achieved media success are "Paradoja", used in the promotional campaign of the movie "Inception" (Leonardo DiCaprio, Michael Caine) at Canal+; "Los Vivos", from the original soundtrack of "Promoción Fantasma", and "No es tu sitio", the main theme for Juan Gautier's short film "PornoBrujas". You can find a selection of my latest work here.
As an expert in technological advances in audio, I regularly collaborate with different media, and my articles are published in leading magazines such as Sonic Scoop, Future Music, Computer Music, ISP Música and Producción Audio. I've written over 80 articles: educational texts, analysis, and reviews of products from Avid, PMC, Telefunken, SPL, ADAM, Steven Slate, Thermionic Culture, Shure, Beyerdynamic, AKG, Violet Design, JBL, Motu, Presonus, Yahama, Native Instruments, etc.
Some of those have been noted, such as Recording Drums at PKO, Capturing the Perfect Acoustic Guitar Tone and Recording E. Guitars: Where to Shoot at the Cone, reviews of Pro Tools 11, Pro Tools 9, Pro Tools 8 and Pro Tools 7.4, Digidesign C|24, Pro Tools|HD Native, and didactical articles such as Speed up with Pro Tools I, II and III, Vocal Mic Shootout at PKO, and Recording Vocals I and II.
While now an engineer and producer, I started my career as a musician, the drummer with the band "La Pena Negra". I've played on many stages and TV sets as Buenafuente's late night show. This dual perspective is useful in understanding the needs of artists and other professionals in the industry.