Christopher Borque

RE-RECORDING MIXER, ADR SUPERVISOR, TECHNOLOGIST

 

It’s been two decades since my introduction to the world of professional audio, but my passion for sound probably began around the age of nine, when I was given my first guitar.

My world now revolved around sound. Mostly self-taught, I spent my youth listening to music and deciphering the components of the sounds.

In college, I discovered that I could have a career from what I had learned sitting with my guitar in front of a boom box.

I interned at Sugar Hill Studios, learning the craft of engineering and how to handle artists in a session. People skills. That’s key.

After college, I worked as a part-time engineer for KUHF, recording remote sessions with chamber groups, the Houston Grand Opera, and the Houston Symphony. I was also an ADR engineer for a company specializing in dubbing Japanese animation.

brightbluebeetle matches my overall strategy as an artist: I work on unique projects that keep both hemispheres of my brain exercised with art and technology.

Movies, music, shorts, features, recording, mixing, mastering, sound design. I do them all. And I love every minute of it.