Oscar Autie has worked on three projects that have won four Grammy Nominations:
New Throned King by Grammy-Nominated Yosvany Terry. 2014. Grammy Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album category.
Sentir by Six-times Grammy-Nominated Omar Sosa. 2002. Grammy Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category, and Latin Grammy Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category. (Two Nominations).
Branching Out by Grammy-Nominated William Cepeda. 2000. Latin Grammy Nominated in the Best Latin Jazz Album Category.
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 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
Oscar Autie mixed and recorded the vocals for the song "Talk To God" for 2014 Vice President of the San Francisco Chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (Grammy), Nona Brown, and Guinness Record Holder for "Most Instruments used in a Piece of Music" with his composition "A Musical Journey For World Peace," Rupam Sarmah. The song Talk To God received a Nomination in the Hollywood Music In Media Awards in 2014.
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.”
Percussionist, Vission Latina (VL)
San Francisco Bay Area