Working as a sonologist, sound designer and music producer and combining these skills with his role as a hardware and software developer, Daniel Cantero is a talented all round audiovisual engineer managing research projects for the Digital Luthier company, which he founded.
- Spain, Madrid
- United Kingdom, Brighton
From adolescence, Daniel was surrounded by a variety of musical styles and genres which encouraged him to not only produce his own music, but also craft his own tools to make music. He soon implemented Ableton Live in his sets, became a distinguished professional offering new and innovative live sets both internationally and at home, and enhanced the experience for both the audience and the performer.
Since his training at the Music Technology Group of UPF University, Daniel has dedicated his life to the research of new approaches and techniques for teaching and music production. Recently, he created the first Live Electronic and Acoustic Music Production Master, using Ableton Live, which opens up many possibilities for students, including the ability to produce music from scratch on stage. In addition, he has implemented new tools and gadgets in order to take music production a step further. Furthermore Daniel developed advanced learning techniques for audio and video engineering, which can be adapted to the needs and skill level of the student.
Today, success for producers, musicians, collectives, and bands has become easier, in part owing to Daniel’s continued creative and fresh approach to teaching, combined with the development of adaptable learning resources.
Classes are available in groups, or one-on-one.
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