Oscar - short bio

Oscar is a Grammy and Latin Grammy Winning Engineer.  He is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Grammy), a voting member of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Latin Grammy), a voting member of the P&E (Producers & Engineers Wing), and a member of the Audio Engineering Society.  He has over 20 years of experience doing sound, and he has an Engineering and a Music degree from Havana, Cuba.  The later is from the renown music school ENA (Escuela Nacional de Arte).  

Oscar Autie
2015 - Latin Grammy - Yalil Guerra: Works For String Orchestra by Yalil Guerra. Nominated in the Best Classical Album Category.
2015 - Latin Grammy - El Retrato De La Paloma by Yalil Guerra. Nominated in the Best Contemporary Classical Composition.
2015 - Latin Grammy - Los Animales by Mister G.  Nominated in the Best Children Album Category.
2015 - Grammy - New Throned King by Yosvany Terry.  Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category.
2002 - Grammy -  Sentir by Omar Sosa.  Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category.
2002 - Latin Grammy -  Sentir by Omar Sosa.  Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category.
2002 - Latin Grammy -  Branching Out by William Cepeda.  Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category.
2015 - Yalil Guerra: Works for String Orchestra
2015 - Yosvany Terry: The New Throned 
2013 - Gema Corredera: Derramando Luz 
Hollywood In Music Awards:
2015 -  Talk To God by Nona Brown and Rupam Sarmah
Oscar Autie has worked with a number of other Grammy Winners and Nominated Artists. Among them are:

 Thirteen-Time Grammy Winner EmmyLou Harris
 Ten-Time Grammy-Winner Bonnie Raitt
 Grammy-Nominated Jackson Browne
 Four-time Grammy–Winner Diego El Cigala
 Four-time Grammy-Winner Gonzalo Rubalcaba
 Grammy-Winner Yalil Guerra
 Grammy-Winner Paco De Lucia
 Grammy-Winner Fito Paez
 Grammy-Winner Leo Brouwer
 Grammy-Winner Mayito Rivera (Van Van)
 Six-Time Grammy-Nominated Omar Sosa
 Four-Time Grammy-Nominated John Santos
 Grammy-Nominated Yosvany Terry
 Grammy-Nominated Orestes Vilato
 Grammy-Nominated Linda Chorney


Talk To God
Oscar Autie was born in Havana, Cuba. He played acoustic guitar since he was six years old, and he began his formal music training at age nine with Private Music Teacher Leopoldina Nuňez. He studied music composition, arrangement, and production at ENA (Cuban National School of Arts) where he graduated with a Performance Degree in Guitar. He was also trained on drums and piano, and he holds an Electronics and Acoustics Degree from a Technical School in Havana.
While living in Havana, Cuba, Oscar worked as a Recording Engineer at EGREM, which was the main recording studio and music distributor in Havana at the time. He was also the Tour Engineer for Cuban prestigious bands: Isaac Delgado, Sintesis, and Arte Vivo, and the Sound Engineer at the National Theater in Havana. Oscar recorded many albums and provided sound engineering for live performances for world-known artists such as Oscar De Leon, Astor Piazzolla, Juan Carlos Baglietto, Irakere, Carlos Varela, Sierra Maestra, Moncada, Silvio Rodriguez, and Santiago Feliu.
Once in The United States, Oscar Autie has worked with a vast number of talented musicians doing live shows and recording, mixing, and mastering in his own recording studio.
Oscar has been the Technical Director and Sound Engineer for the prestigious yearly Bay Area Flamenco Festival since its beginning in 2005.
Oscar work includes voice over and music training material recordings and mix for prominent companies such as Leap Frog, The Warner Brothers, Beyond Translations, and Playsongs.
“When Vission Latina recorded the Album entitled "Kitikimba pa' ti" in 2003, Saúl Sierra-Alonso, Marco Diaz, Oscar Autie, and I traveled to Mexico City to meet the horns players. Oscar was the Recording Engineer, and we recorded 9 songs in 11 hours. The rest of the album was recorded in Oscar’s studio. Everyone who participated in that album was so impressive! Oscar is an Engineer with a lot of experience, and I highly recommend him.”
--Carlos Caro
Percussionist, Vission Latina (VL)
San Francisco Bay Area