Matt Echo is a music producer, audio engineer, musician, and owner of Subset Studios in Suffolk County on Long Island. At an early age, his innate talent and dedication to music was evident. An education that afforded him a comprehensive knowledge of music theory combined with his technical training from the Recording Engineers Institute where he certified as an audio engineer have formed him into the masterful professional he has become. The young creative has worked for several of the top studios including: Quad Studio, Penthouse Studio, Premier Studio, We The Best Studio, and ATM Studio, owned by rapper, Uncle Murda, to name a few. The mixing, mastering, tracking audio editor boasts a client roster of celebrities and musicians including: French Montana, Onyx, Grammy-winning Chrisette Michele, super producer, Ty Fyffe, not to mention some of the hottest new millennial rappers in the game like K Supreme, Bobby Nice, and Poppa Da Don.
This bi-coastal mastermind has produced mixes in English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin (Chinese) catering to an international client base. Many describe him as “instrumental during the record-making process”. It’s
no surprise he plays the guitar, bass, piano, as well as the drums. His primary instrument, the guitar, was the first instrument he learned to play, unfortunately it was also the last thing his father taught him before dying. This loss devastated the adolescent who was only thirteen years old at the time. The producer's pain has driven his passion just as much as his hope. These emotions have been his inspiration to achieve greatness.
Although Matt Echo is an established professional demonstrated by his list of credentials, the producer has made it clear that he is just getting started. The entrepreneur plans on distributing more than music to the industry. His proven track record of successes speaks for itself. Recently, he incorporated EchoSystem Audio, a brand designed to set a new tone in the services sector of the music business. The clever industrialist selected the name EchoSystem Audio because his mission is to cultivate a more harmonious “ecosystem” or environment for the musicians he works with. The brand’s purpose is deeply rooted in the belief that a symphonic sense of community is the ideal atmosphere to manifest success. The world has only heard a fraction of the noise EchoSystem Audio will make, and the brand already speaks volumes.