Charles Dye

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Charles Dye
Birth name Charles Dye
Origin Florida, USA
Genres Latin, Pop
Rock
Occupations Record producer, Songwriter
Instruments Recording studio (Pro Tools)
Years active 1992–present
Labels Fifty Fifty Records

Charles Dye is a Grammy-nominated and Latin Grammy-winning record producer, engineer and mixer from Hollywood, Florida, USA.

Grammy[edit]

In 2001, Dye received a Latin Grammy for Best Engineered Album for Thalía's Arrasando.[1]

Other production credits include John Ralston, Robi Draco Rosa, Ricky Martin, Jon Bon Jovi, Julio Iglesias, Sammy Hagar, Billie Myers, Jon Secada and Jenna Drey, as well as recording Lauryn Hill, Shakira, Aerosmith, Jennifer Lopez, Thalía, Hanson and Gloria Estefan.

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