engineers

Bob Rosa multi grammy award winner

BOB ROSA

Bob Rosa's recording career has encompassed every genre of music, mixing some of the biggest Pop, Rock, Dance, R&B and Latin hits. Scores of multi-platinum albums and singles bear his signature mixes. One if his first recording projects was working on the landmark Hip-Hop classic "Planet Rock" (the first 12" single to go Gold) by Afrika Bambaataa and Soul Sonic Force. He went on to mix the classic dance hit "Gonna Make You Sweat" (5 million units) by C&C Music Factory; one of Whitney Houston's premier singles, "I'm Every Woman," from the best selling soundtrack of all time, "The Bodyguard" (17 million units); Mariah Carey's "Emotions" (4million units); *NSYNC's "God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You" from their self-titled album (10 million units). He also received two Grammy nominations for Best Dance Track for remixes of Gloria Estefan's "Heaven's What I Feel" and "Don't Let This Moment End" (both remixes produced by the legendary Tony Moran), a Latin Grammy win in 2002 for his work on Alejandra Guzman's "Soy" LP and a Grammy win for the Best Reggae Album by Toots & The Maytals in 2005 ("True Love"). - Check out the "Discography" page for more legendary projects!

QUAZ

Quaz Latin Grammy Winning Engineer

Quaz is a Latin Grammy Winning Engineer with Mana's 2015 Best Latin Pop Rock Album "Cama Incendiada,” and has engineered for artist and producers such as Juanes, Shakira, Tim Mitchell, Pedro Capo, HaAsh, Raquel Sofia, and Ednita Nazario. He is passionately involved in the local scene, engineering and producing for bands like Sunghosts, Deaf Poets, Viceroy, Crocodile Deathspin and many more. He has toured as an engineer and tech for Roberto Carlos and Julio Iglesias. You can find him supporting live music and constantly pushing the boundaries of mathematics and science to device new and creative ways of capturing the musical magic that brings us all together. 

PETER FINLEY

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Peter grew up in the hard punk scene of Liverpool England.  He spent many years performing and writing music until he found his way to South Florida.  In Miami he became embroiled in the dance music scene and founded the band Casing Finley as a means to integrate rock and dance music into live performances.  Most notably the musical 'Constellations' which was featured around South Florida.  After this project he partnered with David Berkeley to create the duo known as Orchard Thieves.  This led to several electronic dance releases including Fire Sign and Tonight You Are Perfect which were both featured on Armin Van Buuren's A State of Trance and a staple of festival DJ sets.