Daniel Gonzalez, B.M. / Music Technology, Production
Daniel Gonzalez Lacroix is a multi-instrumentalist producer originally from Mexico City. After completing his Associate Degree here at California College of Music, Daniel attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he got involved in live sound extensively. Daniel has done live sound for acts including: James Blake, Steven Wilson, Alejandro Sanz, Guthrie Goven, Antonio Sanchez, Victor Wooten, Jeff Goldblum, Fred Armisen, and more.
Daniel is cofounder of Silver Gun Records, an independent record label based in Silver Lake, for which he has produced artists from all over the world, including Nadia Chechet and Grammy nominee Mayssa Karaa. He also designed sound for Academy Award winner A.R. Rahman’s honorary doctorate show that sold out the Boston Symphony Hall. Daniel has produced several tracks for Hans Zimmer’s Bleeding Fingers Custom Music Shop, and he is currently recording his second studio album at NRG recording studios with his solo project, Lacroix.
With his broad experience in music production, sound design and engineering, Daniel’s hands-on approach to teaching shows students the most important aspects of sound and recording. His engaging style emphasizes how important is for artists to be comfortable with music technology in today’s industry.
B.M. in Contemporary Writing & Production, Berklee College of Music