Alberto de Icaza

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Alberto de Icaza
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NationalityMexican
CitizenshipMexico
OccupationEngineer

Alberto De Icaza is a Mexican mixing and mastering engineer based in Austin, Texas. He has worked with multiple artists including Crobot, Clutch, Miss May I, King Crimson, and Yoke Lore. He has also worked on soundtracks for movies like Chaos Walking, and Run, as well as shows like Dear White People, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and Love Life. Alberto is a voting member for the Recording Academy (Grammys) since 2016.

Selected Discography
Year Artist Title Label Role
2021 Various Artists Chaos Walking Lionsgate Mastering
2020 Various Artists Run Hulu Mastering
2020 Various Artists Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist NBC Mastering
2020 Various Artists Love Life HBO Max Mastering
2020 Various Artists P-Valley Starz Mastering
2020 Various Artists Dear White People (S03) Netflix Mastering
2019 Various Artists Step Up: High water Youtube Originals Mastering
2019 Various Artists Greenleaf (S03 and 04) OWN Mastering
2020 Various Artists Manhunt Deadly Games CBS Spectrum Mastering
2020 Crobot What Child Is This Mascot Producing, Engineering, Mixing & Mastering
2015 Clutch Earth Rocker Weathermaker Music Additional engineering and editing[1]
2013 Clutch Psychic Warfare Weathermaker Music Engineering[2]
2019 King Crimson The Power to Believe (40th anniversary) Discipline Global Mobile Co-mixing
2012 Miss May I At Heart Rise Composer[3], Engineer, Assist Mixer[4]
2014 Four Year Strong Go Down in History Purenoise Engineer, Editing, Mix Assistant[5]

References

  1. "Earth Rocker", Wikipedia, 2020-11-28, retrieved 2020-12-29
  2. "Psychic Warfare", Wikipedia, 2020-09-23, retrieved 2020-12-29
  3. "Alberto De Icaza". Genius. Retrieved 2020-12-29.
  4. "At Heart", Wikipedia, 2020-06-18, retrieved 2020-12-29
  5. "Go Down in History", Wikipedia, 2020-10-28, retrieved 2020-12-29

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