Nahuel Bronzini is a Grammy (R) Award winning music producer, arranger and sound engineer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He works out of Airship Laboratories Studios and his private mixing and production room in Berkeley, CA.
Nahuel has worked with a wide range of artists, from writing string arrangements and playing shows and engineering studio sessions with R&B legends Tony Toni Toné!, to engineering Fantastic Negrito’s Grammy Winning “Please Don’t Be Dead”, and creating multi artist collaborations with Bay Area favorites in his own release entitled “The String Quartet Experience”. Nahuel is a multifaceted musician and producer/engineer that feels at home both on stage and in the studio.
Nahuel’s work focuses on the blending of acoustic instrumentation into pop and folk productions, making use of chamber type ensembles such as string quartets and horn sections as a complement to the work of solo artists and bands.
As a mixing engineer, Nahuel's approach comes from a musical standpoint. Nahuel puts the audio tools and techniques at the service of the music and the artistic intent of the song. From folk to rock, to r&b and synth-heavy pop, Nahuel hears every project as a musical work beyond genre and creates fluid mixes that elevate the production and embrace the song.
Nahuel is a graduate from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and from Escuela de Música Contemporánea (Argentina), and studied audio and acoustics at Universidad de Tres de Febrero (Argentina). He is currently a Governor of the Recording Academy, San Francisco Chapter and a member of the Producers and Engineers Wing Committee, as well as a committee member for the AES SF Chapter.