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Music and audio post-production company Histeria Music has two new ongoing projects: The facility will handle ADR for the Spanish and Portuguese adaptations of the third season of Netflix’s original drama/thriller series Bloodline.

Histeria’s Alvaro Rodríguez and Gustavo Briceño will serve as engineers and sound designers on this project and on season three of MTV’s comedy/clip show Ridiculousness, which is filmed at Viacom’s Miami studios. The studio also worked on Ridiculousness seasons one and two.

“Working on both seasons was such a challenge due to the incredibly fast turnarounds and the difference in the approach given to each language,” says Rodríguez. “Mixing at our own studios parallel to mixing at Viacom’s audio room was key to completing this show in time.”


Pablo Reynoso (left) with Gary Vandy

Miami Beach Recording Studios began its life as Gary Vandy’s Studio Center in the 1960s. Twenty years later, the facility became MBRS, and in 2015, producer/engineer Pablo Reynoso became a partner in this facility along with studio co-founder/producer/engineer/musician Luciano “Looch” Delgado and associate partner/engineer/producer Gus Cuervo.

Delgado’s recent projects include Vinyl Blvd (Yamit Geiger with Ed Calle, Chad Bernstein and Jean Caze); while Reynoso’s latest credits comprise Orishas, Yadam Gonzalez and Niuver. And Cuervo recently worked with traditional Cuban music and salsa group Conjunto Impacto on a documentary featuring the group, which won the award for Best Foreign Language Documentary at the London International Film Festival.


Engineer/producers Ron and Howard Albert (pictured), co-owners of Audio Vision Studios, have been working with their partner Steve Alaimo and Ish Ledesma on a tribute to Alaimo’s former label, TK Records, which released many seminal disco records in the 1970s. Bringing It Back by the TK All Stars features seven former TK Records acts.

“The artists all had Number One records domestically and internationally,” says Ron Albert. “These are all-new vocals sung by the original artists.”

The TK All Stars include KC and the Sunshine Band, Betty Wright, Anita Ward, George McCrae and others.


Latin artist Kevin Rolland (left) and Justin Quiles

House of Hits, a boutique penthouse studio in the art district of midtown Miami, opened six months ago. Since then, in-house mix engineer Vinny D (DeLeon) has worked on projects by rap and hip-hop artists such as Fat Joe, Trina, Zoey Dollas and Justin Quiles. From his new studio, Vinny D also mixes for remote clients from all over the world.