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CEO, General Producer

Hollywood Music In Media Awards Winner, music producer, composer and sound designer GEN collaborates in different projects worldwide with renown musicians, important figures and companies in the music and show business such us Quincy Jones, Tony Robbins, Multi-Grammy Composer & Singer Jon Secada, Latin Pop Rock Star Gian Marco, Sheila E, Jazz Legend Herbie Hancock, Drum Legend Alex Acuna, Hanz Dulfer, Latin Pop Rock Star Patricia Loayza, Telemundo, Univision, Hispanic Group , Panamericana Television, Jensen Communications among others. 

Music Producer Gen moves freely from EDM to Jazz, Rock, Pop, Soul, Funk and R&B as well to the Latin Traditional and Contemporary music. His influences blend sounds From World Music with Eclectic Fusion and Electronica infused with the beats of the lost corners of tribal Latin America.Gen currently lives in the USA, producing, collaborating, and supporting several musical projects in the studio. He also produces live shows in association with Los Angeles-based Dreamscape Studios, and Miami-based "The Avenue of Sound" record studios, Jensen Communications, and Universal Music. In addition, songwriter Gen lends his composing talents to many up and coming artists, musicians, and filmmakers worldwide.

Grammy Judge Earle Holder is currently the Chief Mastering Engineer for the world famous Public Enemy and Chuck D’s new record label SlamJamz along with many other industry heavy hitters.  He has a musical background that spans his entire life and is a high level computer engineer by trade. He studied music with the late Jimmy Cannady of Cannady Studios (former member of the Inkspots for those of you who remember).

He has more than twenty-five years experience and is the recipient of several prestigious music awards, including the Atlanta Music Industry Award presented by the  GA Music Center.  He is a regular guest speaker at music studios throughout North America and is quoted in numerous industry magazines. You can also tune into LIB Radio and listen to a few of his tips.

Earle Holder

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