Alex Tumay

Mix Engineer
That Sounds Better

Alex Tumay is a New York based engineer and producer. He began his career in 2010 when he moved to Atlanta, Georgia to intern at Soapbox Studios and Maze & Solitaire Studio.  
In 2013, Alex transitioned to the Head of Engineering and Tech at Dallas Austin Recording Projects studio where he began collaborating with Metro Boomin. The next 2 years, Alex went on to work with T.I, Travis Scott, Rich Homie Quan, Birdman, Waka Flocka Flame, DJ Spinz, Southside, Sonny Digital, TM88 and Wheezy.
Alex left DARP in 2015 to work on Travis Scott’s 'Rodeo' full-time in California. He then returned to work with Young Thug, spending the early months of 2015 finishing the recording of what would become 'Slime Season 1,' 'Slime Season 2,' and 'Barter 6.' Alex reunited with Metro Boomin to create 21 Savage' mix tape, Savage Mode.
In 2017, he has worked with Big Sean, Kodak Black, Wyclef Jean, OT Genasis, Sahbabii, Nav and mixed the entirety of Young Thug’s Beautiful Thugger Girls and 21 Savage’s ISSA.

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