Jose Diogo Neves
José Diogo Neves is a Portuguese recording, mixing & mastering sound engineer and a Professor at TÜ Viljandi Kultuuriakadeemia - Tartu University. With over 14 years of experience in studio and live recording, mixing and mastering, José has worked with a lot of artists and music styles. During his time at Casa da Música in Porto, Portugal José recorded and mixed the concerts of: Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, George Clinton, Roy Ayers, Dave Douglas, Laurie Anderson, Ken Vandemark, Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos and Kurt Rosenwinkel, Steve Lehman Octet, Steve Coleman & Five Elements, Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos and Maria Scheneider, Philip Glass, David Murray & Omara Portuondo, Nina Hagen, among may others. Recently José worked on the debut album of Portuguese accordionist João Barradas, released by Inner Circle Music (USA), with the production and participation of grammy award winners Greg Osby and other musicians such as Gil Goldstein.Besides this projects José is also working/or worked with: Tonik Ensemble (Iceland), Ruxpin (Iceland), Asonat (Iceland), Mané Fernandes BounceLab; Sander Mölder (Estonia), Elephants From Neptune (Estonia), EarPrints (USA), SAMARE (USA), Lexsoul Dancemachine (Estonia), I Wear* Experiment (Estonia), among many others. Click here to visit his website!Timo Ilves
Minu helitehniline kirg on arenenud läbi aastate, mängides ise muusikuna lavalaudadel. Olen väga tänulik aja eest kängurumaal, mil mul oli võimalus kasvada mitmete andekate helitehnikute käe all. Viimaste aastate jooksul olen sukeldunud stuudiomaailma pimedatesse sügavikesse. Tänu oma töökogemusele erinevates produktsiooni valdkondades, on mul võimalik kaasa rääkida ja anda omapoolset sisendit erinevates projekte puudutavates küsimustes. Mulle on alati meeldinud rock muusika ja tegelikult ka kõik muu mis justkui tahaks kuulaja oma suurusega üles sulatada. Minu hilisem töö sisaldab töötamist pop-rocki viljeleva Daniel Levi bändiga ja ka kaasalöömist mitmetes teistes Eesti artistide stuudio-projektides.
I am a sound engineer from Mexico. Along the years I have worked with different bands with different types of genres going from jazz through folk and most of the time with metal/ rock bands. Throughout this process I have been able to contribute in the production, recording and mixing stages. Being a musician and engineer have given me the ability to either look for the engineering detail or have the big picture view of the producer. That plays a very important role on how music can impact the listeners, it's all about how music makes you feel and is the reason why I love the creative process of music combined with good engineering. Recently I have been involved in the process recording, engineering and mixing of various Estonian artists either as an assistant or engineer working in digital or analog setups always with one thing in mind - quality.