Shalev Alon

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Shalev Alon
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Born (1992-06-01) June 1, 1992 (age 30)
NationalityIsraeli
CitizenshipIsrael
Alma materMusician Institute in Hollywood
OccupationMixing Engineer
Years active2016 - Present
Known forWorking on the Music for Marvel and Star Wars Shows
AwardsIntercontinental Music Award

Shalev Alon (born 1 June 1992) is an Israeli award winning mixing engineer, best known for working on music for Marvel and Star Wars Shows. He has worked with several renowned studios such as Netflix, Remote Control Productions, 20th Century Fox, Disney, Warner Bros, and others.[1]

Alon has gained recognition working with Henry Jackman, Brad Haehnel, Hans Zimmer, Mark Motherbough, John Debney, and others. His work has been featured in movies including A Minion Short, The Lego Ninjago Movie, Amateur, A Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, and Forever My Girl. Alon has been featured in numerous media outlets including Fox, NBC, and others.[2]

Early life and education

Alon was born on June 1, 1992, in Arava, Israel. His parents realized his passion for music and helped him take guitar lessons. He spent a year in Tel Aviv working with different artists on production albums and mixes.

Alon has been recruited to serve the K-9 unit in the Israeli army. After serving the mandatory three years period, he shifted to pursue a career in music. He then enrolled in the music institute, where he pursued sound engineering with a specialization in post-production.

Career

Alon started his career when he started working for the Hans Zimmer Studio (RCP). During his time there, Alon got the chance to gain substantial experience, working alongside renowned composers and engineers such as Hans Zimmer, Henry Jackman, Mark Motherbough, John Debney, and more. His time at RCP, connected him with Brad Haehnel and eventually became his assistant. Alon, with him, has worked on big features such as The Lego Ninjago Movie, A Minion Short, A Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, Amateur, Forever My Girl, and others.[3]

After having such a diverse portfolio, Alon got the opportunity to work for Walt Disney Imagineering. He was hired as the mixing engineer for the new Marvel Avengers Infinity War Live show, which was showcased in Disneyland around the world, and the new Star Wars Land, Galaxy Edge project. During his time with Walt Disney, he had the opportunity to work with music producers and composers from Marvel and Disney companies like John Debney, Matt Walker, Mark Mothersbaugh.[4]

As of 2021, Alon is working as a mixing engineer for some of the big trailers by the Universal Music Group.[5]

Music

Music department

Year Name Type Role
2012 Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem 3D Video short Assistant Mixing Engineer
2017 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul recording & mixing: assistant
2017/I Puppy!: A Hotel Transylvania Short Short Assistant Mixing Engineer
2017 Azimuth assistant music scoring mixer
2017/II Lost at Sea Short Assistant Score Mixer
2017 The Strength Within You: Love Wins Short music mixer
2017 The Lego Ninjago Movie mix assistant
2017 Me gusta, pero me asusta assistant music scoring mixer
2017/IV Hello Short score mixer
2018 Forever My Girl mix assistant
2018 Amateur mix assistant
2018 And They Lived Short music mixer
2018 In This Gray Place score mixer
2019 Lord Finn score mixer
2019 5 Blocks Documentary score mixer
2019/II Blvd of Broken Dreams Short song mixing
2020 Olivia Dunkley: It Isn't Christmas Video short music mixer
2020 Quarantine Music Chain Video short mastering engineer
2020 Rhythm of Love Video short Mastering Engineer
2020 Velvet Short score mixer
2020 Furioza score mixer
2021 Try Harder! Documentary score mixing engineer
2021 Oh, Mighty Ocean! Short Score Mixer
Suicide for Beginners mix assistant

Awards

Alon is the recipient of the Intercontinental Music Award where he and Co. Producers Nate Sahvin won the Best Pop Song "I Don't Understand" for 2020 in all of Europe, their Award was featured in Fox, NBC.

Personal life

Alon is fluent in Hebrew and English.

Gallery

In the media

           

References

  1. Magazine, Honk (6 January 2021). "How Shalev Alon Manage To Stand Out In The Music Industry". Medium. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  2. Stories, Local. "Meet Shalev Alon - Voyage LA Magazine | LA City Guide". voyagela.com. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  3. "Shalev Alon mixing on SoundBetter". SoundBetter. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  4. "Shalev Alon". IMDb. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
  5. "Shalev Alon". SoundCloud. Retrieved 30 March 2021.

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