Since 1985, after completing his studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston (United States), Carlos Nieto has been working as a music recording and mixing engineer. His studies in the Music Production and Engineering program at Berklee landed him a position as an intern at the famous Criteria Recording Studios, home of famous hits by the Bee Gees, Eric Clapton, Aretha Franklin, among others. 3 months later he became a full time assistant engineer working on projects by artists such as Peter Frampton, Ted Nugent, The Nails, Exposé, Gloria Estefan, Eric Carmen and Julio Iglesias. And it was this relationship with mentors Julio Iglesias and his producer Ramón Arcusa which prompted Mr. Nieto to launch his independent career. His technical abilities, amazing ear, paired with his passion for details and professionalism made him a sought-after engineer among Latin artists, who trusted him with their recordings and especially with the recording of their vocals. Some of the best Latin recordings artists such as Plácido Domingo became his clients while producers such as Emilio Estefan and Bebu Silvetti trusted him with their projects. He later received two Latin Grammy nominations for his work with Carlos Vives. Over the course of his career, the Venezuelan-born American engineer has worked on a multitude of albums ranging in styles from Jazz to Bachata, Pop to Reggaeton, Mariachi to Classical. Since 2010 he has made his home in Paris where he is pursuing other musical ventures and interests, and where he continues his enduring passion for recording, mixing and working with amazing musicians.