Humberto Gatica

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Humberto Gatica
Origin Rancagua, Chile
Genres Pop, rock, Latin, R&B, jazz
Occupation(s) Music producer, music mixer
Years active 1973 – present
Associated acts David Foster

Humberto Gatica is a Chilean-born American record producer, music mixer, audio engineer and a long-time collaborator with producer David Foster.


Gatica was born and educated in Chile. Since November 2014 Humberto Gatica is heading the audio engineering and production department at Isina,[1][2] the wolrwide talent search and development mentorship program.

Personal life[edit]

Gatica is married to Beverly Gatica.[3]

Grammy awards[edit]

  • Michael BubléCall Me Irresponsible (engineer, producer) Category: Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (2007) – 50th Annual Grammy Awards
  • La Ley – La Ley (engineer, producer) Category: Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album (2000) – 43rd Annual Grammy Awards
  • Celine Dion – "My Heart Will Go On" (engineer/mixer) Category: General Record of The Year (1998) – 41st Annual Grammy Awards
  • Celine DionFalling Into You (co-producer) Category: General Album of The Year (1996) – 39th Annual Grammy Awards
  • Michael JacksonBad (engineer) Category: Best Engineered Recording – Non-Classical (1987) – 30th Annual Grammy Awards
  • Chicago17 (engineer) Category: Best Engineered Recording – Non-Classical (1984) – 27th Annual Grammy Awards


  1. ^ [1] Department of Audio Engineering/Production of ISINA
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  3. ^ "ASCAP New Member Profile: Leah Turner". ASCAP. 12 September 2013. Retrieved 18 November 2013.