Martin Nessi

8 times Grammy and Latin Grammy nominated producer and mixer/engineer cooperated with artists such as Ariana Grande, Ricky Martin, Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli.

Martin Nessi

Martin Nessi is chilean Producer, Mixer/Engineer based in Los Angeles, CA. He holds dual Bachelor of Music degrees from Berklee College of Music where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, received the Berklee Achievement Scholarship, the World Scholarship Tour and the McDSP Scholarship.

In his career he has mixed and/or engineered for Anglo and Latin artists like Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban, Ariana Grande, Ricky Martin, Gloria Trevi, Anahi, Jorge Drexler, Alex Campos, Joss Stone, Natalia Jimenez, Judith Hill, Wisin y Yandel, Audra McDonald, Nicole Scherzinger, Andres Cepeda, Chiquis Rivera, just to name a select few, and has also worked with recognized producers, songwriters and engineers like David Foster, Humberto Gatica, Desmond Child, and Tony Maserati, among many others.

Martin Nessi was a recording engineer on Alex Campos', Lenguaje de Amor, which won the 2011 Latin Grammy Award Best Christian Album, as well as also working on Ricky Martin's-Musica, Alma y Sexo, and Ricky Martin's - Lo Mejor De Mi Vida Eres Tu, which was nominated for the 2011 Latin Grammy Awards Record of the Year. 2016 has proven to be a great year. After mixing and engineering on Celine Dion's album "Encore Un Soir," the biggest french record of the year, Martin's work received 7 Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations with artists like Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban and Andres Cepeda, including Album of the Year (2), Record of the Year, Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (2) for the 2016 Latin Grammys and three other nominations for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for the 2016 and 2017 Grammys.

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