3:3:2 Studio

Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Project Description

Overview

Co-founded in 2006 by Diego Calviňo and Pablo Lopez Ruiz, 3:3:2 Studio is a world-class mixing, and mastering facility in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Designed by the Walters-Storyk Design Group, the studio is equipped to work in stereo and 5.1 Surround. 3:3:2 Studio is one of the few Latin American studios to offer DSD-DXD technology, and is also highly experienced in CD, iTunes, Vinyl, DVD-V, DVD-A, SACD, Blu-Ray, and theatrical soundtrack formats. 
The studio’s credits include Leo Sujatovich’s award winning score for the movie “La Antena”, Chucho Valdes, producer Sebastian Schon, producer Fab Dupont, producer Rafael Arcaute, Marc Anthony, David Bisbal, Luis Fonsi, Cristian Castro, Babasonicos, Tan Bionica, Abel Pintos, Los Nocheros, eLDee, Palito Ortega, Emanuel Ortega, producer Juan Blas Caballero, producer Chino Asencio, Nicolas Sorin, “Wakolda” directed by Lucia Puenzo, Strings section mixing of Fito Paez’s film “De quien es el Portaligas?”, Mariano Otero, Liliana Herrero, Sofia Rei, Jay Stolar, Wendy Parr, La Mosca featuring Don Omar, Jorge Lopez Ruiz’s “El Grito” 30th anniversary remastering, to name just a few.

In addition to South American artists, 3:3:2 Studio routinely works with mixing and mastering projects from all over the world via online services.

Staff

Pablo Lopez Ruiz – Chief Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer and Co-founder of 3:3:2 Studio

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 19, 1959. Graduated in Traditional Composing at Berklee College of Music in Boston (1984). Took private lessons with Tomas McGah, won the Richard Levy composition award (Boston, 1982). Built a reputation in the field of arranging, recording, mixing and mastering, working with recognized figures such as Chucho Valdés, Luciano Pereyra, Julieta Venegas, Emanuel Ortega, Cachorro López, Las Pelotas, La Portuaria, Fernando Otero, Viva Nativa, Ernesto Jodos, Juan ¨Pollo¨ Raffo, Diego Urcola ´s Grammy and Latin Grammy Nominee ¨Soundances¨, Leo Sujatovich ´s Latin Grammy Nominee ¨Tango chamber Trio¨ and ¨Tango Brujo¨ (music for Julio Bocca´s ballet), Sebastian Schon ¨Dos Puntos¨, Juan Cruz de Urquiza, La Mosca, Juan Blas Caballero, G.Senanes, TyC Sports “Futbol de Primera 2007”, Mariano Massolo, Oscar “Chino” Asencio, Los Rancheros, Don Adams, Diego Monk, Jazz RMXS, Bossa and Marley, Bossa and Stones, Liliana Herrero, Mariana Baraj, Silvia Iriondo, Mariano Otero’s Orchestra and Quintet, Mariana Cincunegui, Gustavo Iglesias, Diego “Panza” Castellano, Hana, Coco, among many others. Recorded acoustic shows in a wide range of halls, included the prestigious Colon Theatre in Buenos Aires. Also recorded and mixed 5.1 movies soundtracks, including Leo Sujatovich´s score for ¨Pasos¨, directed by Federico Luppi, “The Aerial” directed by Esteban Sapir featuring Leo Sujatovich’s musical score (winner in Paris of the Prix France Musique – Sacem de la musique de film), De quien es el Portaligas?, directed by Fito Paez, “1978, Un Grito de Corazon” and “The Recipe”, both also with Leo Sujatovich’s musical scores. Pablo has played live with many artists including Alejandro Lerner, Jorge Lopez Ruiz, Nito Mestre, Leonardo Favio among others. He’s also been teaching clasical music, ear training, technology and audio engineering at the Berklee in Buenos Aires for many years. In addition, he composed music for many jingles in Argentina, including Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Gatorade, Parmalat, Renault, Cadbury, Nesquik, Halls, etc.

Diego Calviño – Junior Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer and Founder of 3:3:2 Studio

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 1, 1982. Studied for 5 years at Berklee College of Music (in Buenos Aires), with recognized professors including Juan ¨Pollo¨ Raffo (Harmony, Arrangements, Composition), Pablo Lopez Ruiz (Classical Music, Technology and audio engineering, Ear Training), Pepi Taveira (drums), Teodoro Cromberg (Counterpoint, Classical Harmony, Music of the XX Century, Orchestration) among others. Got the international degree of professional musician (2003). Also took private lessons for many years with Pablo Lopez Ruiz, deep studying and practising, recording, mixing and mastering technics. Then begun working as Pablo´s assistant on many recording projects including: Chucho Valdes live at the Opera Theatre, Leo Sujatovich´s ¨Tango Ritual¨ and the score for ¨Pasos¨ (directed by Federico Luppi), Silvia Iriondo ¨Ojos Negros¨ and Mariano Otero’s Orchestra. As well as Mixing and Mastering stereo & surround 5.1 projects including: Leo Sujatovich ´s ¨Tango Ritual¨ and ¨Tango Brujo¨ (music for Julio Bocca ´s ballet shows), David Bisbal, Emanuel Ortega, Chucho Valdés live at the Colon Theatre, De quien es el Portaligas? (directed by Fito Paez), Gabriel Senanes, TyC Sports “Futbol de Primera 2007”,  Silvia Iriondo¨Ojos Negros¨, Nicolas Sorin’s scores for the movies “El Perro”, “Historias Minimas”, “El camino de San Diego” and “La Ventana”,  “The Aerial” 5.1 and Stereo Soundtrack featuring Leo Sujatovich’s musical score (winner in Paris of  the Prix France Musique – Sacem de la musique de film), “1978, Un grito de corazon” and “The Recipe”, both also with Leo Sujatovich’s musical scores, Mariano Otero’s Orchestra and Quintet,  Jorge Lopez Ruiz, Mariano Massolo, Liliana Herrero, Los Nocheros, Mariana Baraj, La Mosca, Juan Blas Caballero, Sebastian Schon,  Oscar “Chino” Asencio, Los Rancheros, Diego Monk, Don Adams, Mariana Cincunegui, Primate Electrico, Bultaco Records, Gustavo Iglesias, Diego “Panza” Castellano, Hana, Coco, among many others. He also mixed and mastered Mariano Otero’s musical score for the film “Blood from the Pacific”, ¨Ensayos¨main theme, and ¨Temas Personales¨ main theme featuring Leo Garcia, Eterno Sol, Kaleidos, among others.

Contact:
+54 11 4331.3325 | info@332studio.com
For more information, please visit www.332studio.com

Outboard and Effects

  • API 3124 mb+
  • Bryston 4B SST
  • Bryston 6B SST
  • Chandler Limited LTD-2 Mastering Version
  • Cranesong HEDD 192
  • Dangerous Music 2 Bus
  • Dangerous Music BAX EQ
  • Dangerous Music Monitor Control System ST/SR
  • DCS 995 Master Clock
  • Digital Domain DD-2 Ambient Enhancement Processor
  • Dolby Media Encoder
  • Dorrough 40-A Meters
  • DTS HD Master Audio
  • Empirical Labs Distressor Stereo EL8-X with British Mode
  • Euphonix MC Control and MC Mix
  • Furman Sound P-6900 AR E AC Power Regulator
  • Genelec 7060B
  • Genelec 7050A
  • GML 8900
  • Lavry Engineering AD 122-96 mk3
  • Lexicon PMC 91
  • Lipinski L-505 Main Monitors
  • Manley Massive Passive EQ
  • Merging Technologies Turnkey PC with Intel Quad-Core processor
  • Merging Technologies Pyramix Masscore Mixing | Mastering System with Mykerinos AES-EBU and SDIF/DSD cards
  • Mytek Digital 8×192 ADDA with DSD option
  • Mytek Digital 8×192 ADDA x 2
  • Neve 33609 JD
  • Oppo BDP-83es
  • Pendulum Audio PL-2
  • Petrungaro NV II Pre – Line Driver
  • Solid State Logic XLogic 4-Channel Mic Amp
  • Solid State Logic ®Duende®
  • SPL Vitalizer mk2-T
  • T.C Electronic System 6000 featuring MDW EQ
  • T.C Electronic 2290 Digital Delay
  • Weiss DS1 mk3
  • Weiss EQ1 mk2 DYN-LP
  • Weiss Saracon DSD
  • Weiss SFC2
  • Z-Systems 32.32r Digital Detangler Pro

 

Links

Visit the 3:3:2 Studio website.