AES New York 2018 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Audio Piranha LLC - Brooklyn, NY, USA
Secondary Affiliation: Purchase College - Purchase, NY, USA
Pablo Arraya started his career at Sony Music Studios in 2000 after graduating from Middle Tennessee State University. He moved up the ladder to become one of the most requested engineers the studio had. His vast cultural background made him an extremely versatile and experienced engineer. Pablo’s knowledge of music, the facility, and his ability to deal with the diversity of clients and technical issues led him to work with some of the most demanding international acts. Pablo has recorded some of the finest artists like Thalia, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Usher, Nas, and has mixed for Jamiroquai, Lenny Kravitz, Joe Perry, David Cook, and many others. He has worked on all styles of music and sessions, and handles any situation with ease. His out going personality has allowed this native Bolivian to work and learn from some of the finest names in the industry.
Since leaving Sony Music Studios in 2007, Pablo has become independent and opened his own studio, allowing him to become more project oriented. Without the large studio demands, his work has already become more personal and his closer interaction with his clients has allowed the final product to be more intimate, honest and detailed, without ever losing quality and professionalism.
Pablo is a Grammy winner for his engineer work on Nancy Wilson’s “Turned to Blue” in 2007, and is constantly traveling the world to record as well as dictate audio and production seminars. After almost four years of being successful with his own brand, Audio Piranha, Pablo is constantly challenging his knowledge and potential. He has produced various records for Sony Music in Colombia, South America, and mixes for clients worldwide.
Recently he started teaching a Master Class in Audio Production at Purchase College, NY. He enjoys pushing the educational boundaries and believes in learning from his students.
More Info: https://www.pabloarraya.com/
RP17: Music Mixing, Part V (Panelist)