#GRAMMYsNextGen Engineer Ambassador 

Montreal native and Metalworks Institute Alumna Angie Randisi (Professional Sound & Business (Studio Production Major) 2018), has been recognized as a 2023 #GRAMMYsNextGen Engineer Ambassador.  The Recording Academy’s #GRAMMYsNextGen program was designed to engage the under-40 music community and recognize the best and brightest power players behind the scenes of the music that drives culture today.

Angie Randisi, now a multi-platinum & GRAMMY-nominated recording/mixing engineer, got her professional start at SOTA studios working under Noah “40” Shebib, where she honed her skills working on projects with the OVO sound camp. Since then, she has gone on to work with some of the biggest names in music, including Lil Baby, Diddy, Young Thug, Tyga, and 42 Dugg.

Angie is dedicated to empowering more female engineers, producers, and artists in the music industry. It’s no surprise that Angie has been recognized by the Recording Academy as changemakers inspiring the next generation of musicians and music business professionals!

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