Tony Huerta is a professional singer, beatboxer, recording studio engineer/producer and live audio engineer. He is considered to be one of the world’s best acappella live sound engineers and has mixed almost every major acappella act in the United States including Pentatonix, Take 6, Home Free, Nota, The Exchange, Arora (Sonos), Voice Play, Duwende, Street Corner Symphony, Delilah, and m-pact. He has been the Front of House Engineer and Production Manager for 10 time Grammy award winning group, Take 6 for 11 years, traveling to 41 countries thus far. He also engineered and sound designed the full U.S. Tour of the NBC’s “The Sing Off Tour” and Deke Sharon’s production of Vocalosity. Recently he has been the preferred engineer for the Barbershop Harmony Society and the Association of International Champions.
Tony is the founder of Urban Method, finalists on the 3rd season of NBC’s “The Sing Off” TV show. Urban Method made it to the finals and had a heartbreaking loss to Pentatonix. Sonic Audio, Huerta’s recording studio in Denver, CO, was founded in 1998. He has produced, engineered or mastered a cappella CD Projects for: The Real Group, Take 6, Home Free, Women Of The World, Harmonia Vocal (Angola Africa and Angola Grammy), Afro Blue, Cadence, Six Appeal, Nota/Sony Latin, Storm Front, and many more. He also Recorded, Mixed and Produced the world’s first full length acappella opera and original stage production, “Midsummer Night’s Dream” for Opera Memphis.
As a freelance engineer, he has mixed concerts for many major acts including Stevie Wonder, Jacob Collier for Quincy Jones, The Manhattan Transfer, Brian McNight, the 2010 Shakira Tour, Amy Grant, Kirk Whalum, Nnenna Freelon, the National Tree Lighting a the White House, The Eli Young Band, and the Las Vegas Venetian Ray Charles “Georgia On My Mind” Show. Huerta is known for his technical knowledge but also his creativity behind the mixing console. He is regularly called upon to beatbox and perform out in the audience from his mix position, and has done so for Take 6, Vocalosity, and the Sing Off Tour.
2000 - All Star Vocal Band
Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes Champions
1994 - Exact Change
Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes 2nd Place Winners