Martina Albano is an Italian Mastering Engineer based in Atlanta. She currently serves as a Governor of the Atlanta Chapter of The Recording Academy. Some of her recent works include Nate Butler "God And The Drum Maschine", Theo Croker "DVRK Funk", Olivia Castriota "All At Once", NONIE "Sirens", Sailing to Denver "Writing On The Wall", Seersha "Wasteland", "Zabaduo" and numerous other works for American, Chinese and Italian artists.
After graduating from the Berklee College of Music, Boston, with a major in Contemporary Writing and Production, Martina spent time in Los Angeles assisting the film composer Nima Fakhrara. Here she worked on the creation of original sound libraries for the video game Resident Evil Revelation2.
In 2014 she received two awards (Semi-Finalist and Runner up) in the Song of the Year songwriting contest, whose jury includes Phil Collins, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz and Steven Tyler.
After developing an interest in audio and video editing, Martina began working for Gallo Productions, assembling weekly video shows.
In 2017, Martina was appointed to Music Director of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center.
Her extensive experience in singing and writing contributes to her unique approach to mastering. Bridging the gap between musicians, writers, and engineers, Martina lends a unique sonic perspective to every musical production with which she is involved.