Alex Aldi is a self-made producer and mixing engineer with more than a decade of experience. With tracks ranging from alternative rock to electropop, there’s no genre that Alex can’t reach.
In 2005, Alex moved to New York where he worked as a staff engineer at Gigantic studios for five years. While working at Gigantic, he worked on dozens of records including Holy Ghost!’s Static On The Wire EP and their self-titled LP, Passion Pit’s Manners, The Walkmen’s You And Me, and Harlem Shakes’ Technicolor Health. In 2010, Alex set up his own studio, The Glassfactory, in Brooklyn where he continued working on projects with Magic Man, Wildcat! Wildcat!, and Passion Pit, including a song for the Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Soundtrack.
Alex has produced and mixed Passion Pit’s album Kindred, which charted 23 on the US Billboard 200, their 2012 release Gossamer, (including their gold certified single, “Take a Walk”) and Magic Man’s Before the Waves and You Are Here EP. Alex’s recent mixes include Troye Sivan’s “For Him” on his gold certified album Blue Neighborhood, Goo Goo Dolls’ “Boxes” on their You Should Be Happy EP, and Bad Wolves’ song, “Zombie,” which was nominated for rock song of the year at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards.
This year, Alex mixed seven tracks on DREAMERS’ LP, LAUNCH FLY LAND, including the second single, “Insomniac.” According to Aupium, the EP has been acclaimed as “an intricately crafted record that offers adhesive beat and emotional swings,” proving again that Alex has the technical skills for any project at hand. Alex is currently a part of the production team for Chester Bennington’s debut band, Grey Daze, producing and mixing re-edits of the band’s 90s songs.
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