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Otto Capobianco has had music in his life as long as he can remember. He began playing guitar at the age of 16 but he also played double bass in High School. He has been in many original rock, blues, funk and fusion bands over the years and has always been dedicated to his music even when his music earnings did not pay the bills. Then one day he purchased a multi-track tape recorder and a mixer to record his band and decided to read and learn everything he could about acoustics, recording gear and recording techniques. With his new skills, he started recording local bands in his basement and became very good at it, which kept him from becoming a poor homeless starving artist. Over the years, Otto has worked with many local and national recording artists including: Nazz-Stewkey,Vince Montana Jr.,The Roots,Scott Storch,Bunny Sigler,Gung Ho,Matt Richards, Chuck Treece,Grover Washington Jr.,Sonny Rhoads, Johnny "Clyde" Copeland,Jamaaladeen Tacuma,Chubby Checker - just to name a few.