Angemyr Lezamaâ€™s beginnings into professional Audio were in 2003, as assistant to famous Sound Engineer Ricardo Landaeta at Sono Dos Mil Studios. Soon after he had the opportunity to work with recognized Venezuelan artists like Oscar Dâ€™Leon, Simon Diaz, Freddy Leon, Estelita del Llano, Cheo Valenzuela, Alberto Arroyo, among others.
He began his Audio studies in 2004 at the Superior School for Audio and Acoustics (Escuela Superior de Audio y AcÃºstica) and Audioplace, where he took the experimental career of audio and works specialized on Multichannel Digital Recording.
He continued his professional career at the Fidelis Studios, where he worked on different soap operas, and with artists like Adrian Marchant, Raquelita CastaÃ±os, Juan Jose Herrera Trio, Edward Anton, among others.
He worked for a little over 4 years (2005-2010) at the Venezuelan Children and Juvenile Orchestras and Choirs Foundation (FundaciÃ³n de Orquestas y Coros Infantiles y Juveniles de Venezuela), where he performed the position of Sound Technician, dedicating to the restoration and Digitalization of the wide musical archive of "El Sistema", and as a recording and mixing engineer of different symphony orchestras like Simon Bolivar, Teresa CarreÃ±o, Venezuelan Brass Assemble (Ensamble de Metales de Venezuela), and with directors like Gustavo Dudamel, Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle, Eduardo Marturet, Thomas Clamor, Alfredo Rugeles, among others.
In this period, he worked as Assistant on recordings of the Deutshe Grammaphon for Gustavo Dudamelâ€™s Fiesta record, he also worked for the recognized Producer and Recording Engineer Martha de Francisco, and for the famous Engineer to artists like Luciano Pavarotti, Celine Dion, Pink Floyd, etc; John Pellow.
In 2009 he participated in the 1st Recording Competition of AES Latin America (Brazil) along with his partner Eduardo Martinez, with an extract of a recording (made by both of them) of the OSSB directed by the maestro Gustavo Dudamel, interpreting Shostakovichâ€™s 5th Symphony, ending both as finalists and subsequently 1st place winners on the category of Classic Music â€“ Stereo.
In 2010, he went to the AES annual conference in Mexico D.F., where he assisted to educational talks, audio recording and postproduction works with Engineers like Chris Lord Alge, Ed Cherney, Wes Dooley and Andres Mayo.
That same year he began his labor as teacher at the Audioplace Academy, where nowadays he dictates classes on the subjects of Microphony, Digital Audio, and Protools HD Recording.
At the end of 2013 he travelled to Buenos Aires â€“ Argentina, to specialize in Analog and Digital Mastering at the Tecson Academy with professor Toto Strapporava.
And in 2014, he achieved, along with his now associate Eduardo Martinez, The opening of dBMix Studios, a studio specialized in Postproduction, approaching to the Audio Mastering, where in a little more than 3 years they already have been able to work with talented and recognized artists like Gustavo Dudamel with the SimÃ³n BolÃvar Symphony Orchestra, Eddy Marcano, Samuel Torres, Franco Tortolani, Carmelo con Karburo, Jan Moller, Dii Battista, Porfi Baloa, Armando MartÃnez, Par A Voz, 4 Leguas, Lairos, Big Mandrake, Acero, Wanamaru, Tancuj s Nely, Jahaziel, Santo, D-Lorean, Alelujazz, among others.