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|Born||Guatemala City, Guatemala|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Occupation(s)||Restaurateur, Mix engineer|
Life and career
Marroquin's family moved to Los Angeles, California when he was nine due to the Guatemalan Civil War. After graduating from Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, he began working at Enterprise Studios as a runner and worked his way up to an engineering position. His professional breakthrough came during a late night session when a producer asked him to do a rough mix. The producer was impressed with Marroquin's work and asked him to mix the entire album.
He won his first Grammy in 2000 for Mary Mary's album, Thankful. In 2004, he received two Grammys for Album of the Year for Kanye West's The College Dropout, and Alicia Keys' The Diary of Alicia Keys. He earned a Grammy for his work on the album Get Lifted by John Legend In 2005, and Battle Studies by John Mayer in 2011. The Grammy Museum, which opened in Los Angeles in December 2008, acknowledged Marroquin's musical achievement with its mixing exhibit. The interactive exhibit allowed players to mix a track under the guidance of Marroquin.
Marroquin partnered with Waves Audio to release a bundle of virtual instrument effects. It was created in collaboration with Marroquin and includes EQ, Delay, Reverb, Tone Shaper, Triple D & Distortion plugins. The plugins have been marketed as personalized hybrid processors inspired by Marroquin's own workflow.
Marroquin resides in Los Angeles, California.
- 1996: Toni Braxton Secrets LaFace Records (Various Tracks)
- 1996: Seal "Don’t Cry" Sire Records Company
- 1997: 2PAC R U Still Down? (Remember Me) Jive (Various Tracks)
- 1999: Warren G "I Want It All" Restless Records
- 2000: Mary Mary "Thankful" Columbia
- 2000: Sisqó Unleash the Dragon Def Soul (Various Tracks)
- 2000: Pink Can't Take Me Home LaFace Records (Various Tracks)
- 2001: Alicia Keys Songs in A Minor J Records (Various Tracks)
- 2001: Sisqó Return of Dragon Def Soul (Various Tracks)
- 2002: Mario Mario J Records (Various Tracks)
- 2002: Santana Shaman Arista (Various Tracks)
- 2003: Alicia Keys The Diary J Records
- 2004: Twista Kamikaze Atlantic (Various Tracks)
- 2004: John Legend Get Lifted Sony BMG
- 2004: Kanye West The College Dropout Roc-A-Fella
- 2005: Faith Evans The First Lady Capitol Records (Various Tracks)
- 2005: Mariah Carey The Emancipation of Mimi Island Def Jam Music Group (Various Tracks)
- 2005: Natasha Bedingfield Unwritten BMG UK & Ireland (Various Tracks)
- 2005: Kanye West Late Registration Roc-A-Fella (Various Tracks)
- 2005: Anthony Hamilton Soulife Atlantic Records (Various Tracks)
- 2005: Twista The Day After Atlantic Records (Various Tracks)
- 2005: Common Be Geffen Records (Various Tracks)
- 2006: Janet Jackson Damita Jo Toshiba EMI Ltd. (Various Tracks)
- 2006: T.I. King Atlantic Records/Grand Hustle (Various Tracks)
- 2006: Fantasia Fantasia J Records (Various Tracks)
- 2006: John Mayer Continuum Columbia (Various Tracks)
- 2007: Rihanna Good Girl Gone Bad Def Jam Recordings (Various Tracks)
- 2007: Kanye West Graduation Def Jam (Various Tracks)
- 2007: Alicia Keys As I Am J Records
- 2008: Kanye West 808s & Heartbreak Def Jam
- 2008: John Legend Evolver Sony BMG
- 2008: Los Lonely Boys Forgiven Epic Records
- 2008: Brandy Human Epic Records (Various Tracks)
- 2008: Jazmine Sullivan Fearless J Records
- 2008: Anastacia Heavy Rotation Mercury Records
- 2008: Mary Mary "Get Up" Sony BMG
- 2008: Usher Here I Stand LaFace (Various Tracks)
- 2008: Empire of the Sun "Walking on a Dream"
- 2010: Miguel "All I Want Is You" Jive
- 2011: Pitbull "International Love" Planet Pit
- 2012: Imagine Dragons Continued Silence EP Interscope Records
- 2012: Linkin Park Living Things Warner Bros. Records
- 2012: Nelly Furtado The Spirit Indestructible Interscope Records
- 2012: Imagine Dragons Night Visions Interscope Records (Various Tracks)
- 2012: Miguel Kaleidoscope Dream RCA
- 2012: Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox Atlantic Records
- 2013: Tegan and Sara Heartthrob Warner Bros. Records (Various Tracks)
- 2013: Tyler, the Creator Wolf Columbia Records (Various Tracks)
- 2014: Enrique Iglesias Sex and Love
- 2014: Sia 1000 Forms of Fear RCA
- 2014: Linus Young Category 5
- 2015: Imagine Dragons Smoke + Mirrors
- 2015: Raury All We Need
- 2015: X Ambassadors VHS
- 2015: Justin Bieber Purpose (Several tracks)
- 2016: Sia This Is Acting RCA
- 2016: Alessia Cara Know-It-All
- 2016: Charlie Puth Nine Track Mind Atlantic Records
- 2016: Rihanna ANTI
- 2016: DJ Khaled Major Key
- 2016: Kanye West The Life of Pablo Def Jam (Various Tracks)
- 2016: Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello "Bad Things"
- 2016: Meghan Trainor Thank You
- 2016: Zayn Mind of Mine
- 2017: John Mayer 'The Search for Everything' Columbia (Various Tracks)
- 2018: Thirty Seconds to Mars America (Various Tracks)
- 2018: Camila Cabello "She Loves Control"
- 2018: Pharrell Williams and Camila Cabello "Sangria Wine"
- 2018: Mac Miller Swimming Warner Bros. Records
- 2019: Jon Bellion Glory Sound Prep
- 2019: Ed Sheeran No.6 Collaborations Project
- 2011: Justin Bieber: Never Say Never - Island Def Jam
- 2016: Straight Outta Compton: Music from the Motion Picture
- 2012: Justin Bieber: All Around The World - Island Def Jam
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