Jesus Martinez is a sound engineer and musician with +9 years in the field. He studied at the very heart of the Music Conservatory of the University of Chile surrounded with musicians of all kinds, from classical to rockers, from pop performers to experimentals. That allowed Jesus to devevelop a great musical and artistic skills to take him beyond technical and technological aproaches.
During his studies, He had the opportunity to explore many workplaces including theatrical plays and live concerts, becoming an engineer that had traveled throughout Chile to work in many different scenarios.
Jesus moved to Los Angeles, California to do his internship with the Grammy award winner Mauricio Guerrero and start working at top-notch studios at industry level, including Igloo Music Studio of Gustavo Borner, another many award winner engineer.
Back in Chile, He founded “Piso 33”, a live recording and filming company that published a series of YouTube videos of live performances on various landscapes of Santiago de Chile with many local bands, such as “Los Elefantes Nunca olvidan” and “Tripa”.
After his settlement in Madrid, Spain, Jesus built his independent career and worked with many talents, including the musician and producer Paco Ortega.
However, with the COVID-19 world pause, he decided to step up his carrer and got a Master's Degree in Music Production, Technology, and Innovation at Berklee College of Music, began to mix in Dolby Atmos, and made his system to work remotely.