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Guillermo Subauste

Guillermo Subauste is a Peruvian-Canadian music producer, engineer and musician based in Toronto, Canada. Guillermos recording studio, Pacha Sound, has birthed countless albums and singles from a wide array of talented artists including The Sadies, Conor Gains, Quique Escamilla, Aaron Davis, Measha Brueggergosman and Moscow Apartment. He has also mixed live shows for many notable musicians including Gord Downie, Sarah Harmer, Randy Bachman and Joel Plaskett. Guillermo is known for his organic sounds and easygoing personality; he creates a space where musicians are able to realize their visions and bring them to a higher level.

He loves music, making music, and helping others make music; to him, the joy in music can come in equal measure from making it himself or working with someone else
Hes easygoing. Theres little stress. This is crucial for making an environment where musicians can maximize their creativity

Hes a multi-instrumentalist and he works across many genres. Hes at home in his studio, but he has extensive experience doing live sound in everything from punk rock holes in the wall to massive outdoor stadiums.
With all of his experience in the music industry, he landed a two year scholarship to The Banff Centre in Alberta. There, he pushed his boundaries and collaborated with a variety of music giants, including Mark Willsher, the engineer and music conductor behind the Lord of the Rings scores, and Shawn Everett, an engineer and producer known largely for his work with Alabama Shakes, Weezer, and Julian Casablancas.
Hes toured and played in many albums as a session player as a drummer, bassist and guitar player. He currently plays bass in The Honeyrunners, drums for Eastborough and Measha Brueggergosman and drums/bass for Moscow Apartment.
In the heart of Roncesvalles, Guillermo has started a music hub to help other producers and artists have a space where they can create. This year he is opening another studio in the city right next to Lake Ontario.