Marta Salogni is a Producer and Mixer Engineer based in London. She started out working as a live sound engineer in Brescia (Italy) for the local social centre and independent radio station Radio Onda D’Urto on a variety of gigs, festivals, and theatre productions.
After moving to London in 2010 she studied at Alchemea College of Audio Engineering, learning Pro Tools and then started assisting at Strongroom and Rak studios. During this time, she assisted David Wrench and with him worked on various projects including Frank Ocean, The xx, Goldfrapp, Sampha, FKA Twigs, Glass Animals and David Byrne. In 2018, she won Breakthrough Engineer of the Year at the MPG Awards, and in 2019 she engineered Grammy-nominated album ‘i,i’ by Bon Iver.
Marta now produces and mixes from her own studio in London Fields. Some of the artists she’s worked with are Björk, Sampha, M.I.A., Methyl Ethel, Holly Herndon, Shura, Alex Cameron, Planningtorock, Lafandwah, Yak and The Orielles. Find out more about Marta Salogni in this interview on our blog.