Adair Daufembach did everything to follow in the career path of his father, a lawyer, after he was approved to study law at the Federal University of Santa Catarina in the south of Brazil. But what began as a joke to record his own music turned into a rapidly rising career as a music producer, marking his influence on the new generation of Brazilian metal and evolving into working in the international sphere.
Daufembach was then invited to Los Angeles for his first producing gig outside of Brazil, where he mixed MacAlpine’s album “Concrete Gardens” in January of 2015.
Adair has a certain expertise in his work, seeking out analog sounds, as well as taking advantage of technological conveniences in the recording process, while searching for more organic influences for his work. The producer is also known for his “hard line”, but without overdoing it. Not just giving the utmost attention to the arrangements and tonal qualities, but demanding the maximum from every song, allowing him to take the best of each in the recording process.