Jakub Gaudasinski is a professional studio and live audio engineer, producer, and computational sound designer, working in commercial audio as well as electronic engineering. He frequently contributes to radio, film, and television sound, and to electronic audio hardware development.
He is a graduate of the Adelaide Elder Conservatorium in composition, and runs Synthetica Engineering, a business specialising in high-end live sound design for international touring artists as well as computational sound design for film.
His work encompasses a wide variety of projects, ranging from engineering and mixing ARIA-award nominated studio album recordings, audio synthesis programming for motion picture, and live sound design and operation for artists including, James Morrison, Kate Miller-Heidke, Slava and Leonard Grigoryan, Katie Noonan, Lior, Genevieve Lacey, Paul Kelly, Joseph Tawadros, Paul Grabowsky, Amy Dickson, Adam Page, and the Australian String Quartet.
With a background in live radio production, owing to several years working at ABC Classic as producer and post-production mixer, he is frequently involved in major festivals as a front-of-house operator and recording engineer, and as a consultant on electroacoustics as well as audio system design and integration.