Grammy-winning Engineer / Mixer / Producer
Tre is serving his second term on the board of governors for the Texas chapter of The Recording Academy. He is also the Chairman of the Producers & Engineers Wing of the Academy. Tre has
been a longtime
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served as Advisor and Governor, and is honored to have been elected by his peers and colleagues to serve in these positions. The Recording Academy does much more than just give awards. They work to change legislation to benefit music professionals, fight for music education in schools, help musicians in need with things like health care and insurance, give scholarships, and much more. If you are interested in learning more about the organization, click here:
R&B soulstress Ledisi's new album was just nominated for Best R&B Album of the Year at the Grammys
Tamela Mann's song "God Provides" won Best Gospel Song at the 59th Grammy Awards and was engineered by Tre
Tre spent more than 4 solid months locked in the studio with Kirk creating the gospel legends newest album, engineering the entire project. You'll see him right by Kirk's side in the video.
Audio legend and pioneer Rupert Neve was honored on his 91st birthday with friends Alan Parsons and Geoff Emerick. Tre was honored to help plan and speak at the event.
Kirk Franklin's "Losing My Religion" album won Best Gospel Album of the Year at the 59th Grammy Awards on Feb 12th, 2017, which awards the artist/songwriter, producer, and engineer/mixer. This makes Tre's 3rd Grammy with Kirk over their ten year career together!
The keyboard virtuoso, Snarky Puppy member, and producer, only picked two engineers to work on his solo album. Tre tracked much of the album at Luminous, and you can see some of the footage here.