Bio (English)


Felix O. Rodriguez is a Puerto Rican music producer, audio engineer, composer, arranger, and trombonist. He is most known for producing Salsa music although he is comfortable in other genres as well. He produces from his home studio in Midtown Atlanta.

His style is modern Salsa mixing elements of Pop and Urbano with traditional rhythms such as Son, Guaguancó, Bomba, Plena, and Cha Cha. His sound is influenced by producers and artists such as Sergio George, Tony Succar, Marc Anthony, Victor Manuelle, Jerry Rivera, and Tito Nieves. 


He has been performing and arranging Salsa music for almost 30 years. He has performed with some of the most recognized Latin artists including Los Adolescentes, Amílcar Boscán, Charlie Cruz, David Kada, David Pabón, Héctor Tricoche, Hildemaro, Huey Dunbar, Janir, Sánchez, Javier Vázques, Lalo Rodríguez, Luisito Carrión, Mauro Mosquera, Osvaldo Román, Pedro Arroyo, Pedro Brull, Pupy Santiago, Roberto Lugo, Willie González and Wilson Manyoma. 

His education includes a Bachelor’s of Music in Music Theory and Composition from the University of South Carolina, a Master of Arts in Management and Leadership from Webster University, and two Graduate Certificates in Music Production from Berklee College of Music. 


He is also a retired U.S. Army Field Artillery officer. He served for 24 years total (21 years active duty, 3 years National Guard).