Pablo Aguirre

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Template:Fanpov Template:Peacock Template:Undue Template:Puffery Pablo Aguirre is a music producer, arranger, film and tv composer, and conductor.[1]

Aguirre has over twenty years of experience in the music industry leading and collaborating in over 100 albums. These productions encompass international artist such as, Marco Antonio Solís, Luis Miguel,[2] Armando Manzanero, Marco Antonio Muñiz,[3] Alejandra Guzmán, Ricardo Arjona, Maná, Nino Bravo, and Paulina Aguirre. He has been an arranger for several years for the Latin Grammys "Person of the Year" (Shakira), (Caetano Veloso), (Rosario), between others

Aguirre has also produced over 20 TV musical projects alongside Alejandro Abaroa, and Cristina Abaroa, for both the Televisa and Univision Television Networks, such as: “La Fea Mas Bella”, “Cómplices Al Rescate”, “Código Fama”, and “Los Solecitos”.

Born in Ecuador, Aguirre lives in Southern California and owns the recording studio “Porter Ranch House”. He is president of Mucho Fruto Music, an independent record label that develops new musical talent.