Alex Psaroudakis has been mastering music across many genres over the past several decades. In 2021, he won his first Latin Grammy for his mix work on Best Engineered album, El Madrileño. Alex also mastered the 2019 Grammy-winning A Journey Through Cuban Music by Aymée Nuviola’s-Best Tropical Latin album All told, 12 Latin Grammy nominations, more than 20 Gold and Platinum records, and several #1’s in the US, France, Spain, China and most countries in Latin America.
Alex’s clients include Pitbull, Carlos Vives, Selena Gomez, Camilo, Snoop Dogg, Rich the Kid, Lucinda Williams, Don Omar, Amy Grant, Rosalía, Gente de Zona, Aymée Nuviola, Juan Magán, Belinda, Cazzu, Beret, Kizaru, Ysy A, Duki, Tote King, Nach, and Burning Spear. He works with producers such as Raül “Refree” Fernandez, Rafa Sardina, Sergio George, Juan Mario Aracil, and Domi Serralbo.
After many years of recording and mixing artists in Bordeaux, France, Alex built his very own studio, Hit Makers Mastering Studios, in Barcelona, Spain in 2003. This marked the beginning of his mastering career and Hit Makers was considered one of the best mastering facilities in Spain.
In 2010, Alex left Barcelona to embark on a three-year voyage sailing around the Mediterranean Sea, the west coast of Africa, the Atlantic, the Caribbean, and parts of the Pacific. After this amazing journey, he moved to the United States.
In June of 2014, Alex worked with Jonathan Wyner, a Grammy award-winning engineer at M Works in Cambridge, MA. After two years at M Works, Alex moved to the world-renowned mastering studio, Sterling Sound/New York.
In October of 2017, Alex opened his very own mastering facility in Brooklyn, The Work Shop, where he works today.
In his spare time, Alex enjoys learning new plug-ins, tinkering with his mastering gear, building furniture, riding his Harley Davidson, and sailing his classic American Hinckley sailboat.