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Alejandro Londoño Montoya



Alejandro Londoño Montoya has been actively involved in musical production and audio engineering for more than 20 years. He has worked in more than 30 countries with a wide range of projects that go from Classical Music to Rock and Metal. As F.O.H. engineer he worked for artists such as Sepultura(Nuclearblast USA), Life Of Agony(Roadrunner USA), Delain (Roadrunner NL), Residentie Orkest Den Haag (NL) among many others. 

During the years he has worked in the studio composing, producing and engineering for all kinds of studio and broadcast projects. EA Sports FIFA games (USA), Ziggo Sport (NL),  Jaya The Cat ( Ice-cream USA), AMC Networks and Universal Music Group are just some of the names on this list. 

Alejandro has also been teaching audio for over a decade, he is currently a lecturer of Adio Post Production for the BA (Music Technology) of the University of West London.

Besides his commitment to audio engineering and audio education, Alejandro has never abandoned the artistic expression as a musician. In his role as a singer/ guitar player he has been active and performed all over the world with different bands since the early nineties, playing festivals as Rock Al Parque/ Desertfest London/ Trutnov Open Air and even Ozzfest. He is officially endorsed by Ibanez guitars, CTM monitors, Darkglass electronics and is currently performing with the band Cultura Tres (AJM Sound/Outono Music).

..."A lot can be said about sound these days. From the purist, to the more experimental audio enthusiast everyone in this business lives a different truth, that is the beauty of diversity isn't it? However it all comes down to one goal; 

Giving art the best chance to be heard in a pleasurable way. And yeah, those speakers on our home system, our car stereo or favorite headphones will not be forgiving when a production, mix or master hasn't been done right.

I take my work very seriously and I simply won't let go until the project sounds great "everywhere" and not only on the often misleading big studio monitors. 

No matter how technical or simplistic, modern or retro the direction of the project is, my goal is that your listeners end up singing along to the music you've created. 

Former clients know that I'm not in love with methods, I'm in love with results. Mixing/recording methods don't sell albums but a big warm transparent sound can really make a difference, and that is what I aim for. 

Take a listen to what I do and let the music do the talking. If you like what you hear I'll find a way to bring it to your project."


Alejandro Londoño Montoya.

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