Maria Triana is a highly skilled mastering engineer with over 20 years of experience working in the music industry.

She has worked with and contributed to many award-winning recordings, from legendary artists such as Aretha Franklin, Wayne Shorter, Bob Dylan, as well as contemporary artists such as Donald Fagen, Sting, and Britney Spears.

She was involved in the testing and development of new technologies such as Sony’s immersive 360RA technology.

Mastering is a critical step in the music production process, as it involves refining and polishing the final mix of a song or album to ensure that it sounds its best across all playback systems. It requires a high level of technical skill and musical knowledge, as well as a good ear for detail and the ability to make subtle but important adjustments to the sound. As a classically trained musician and with extensive knowledge of both analog and digital recording technologies, Maria brings a unique perspective and skill set to her work as a mastering engineer.

In addition to her work as a mastering engineer, Maria has also worked as a restoration and archival engineer for various music collections, including those of the Metropolitan Opera of NY, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Legacy Recordings.

She is currently based in the Netherlands and is available for mastering and re-mastering projects for both independent and major label releases. Since 2020 Maria has also been a part-time lecturer at the Abbey Road Institute’s Amsterdam campus, where she is able to share her knowledge and skills with others.