Germán started his audio journey as a musician, and after some years he came to realize the lack of qualified technicians in the musical scene.
In 1989 he starts his career as a sound techincian in recording studios and thats where he finds his true path in music.
Bit by bit he started growing professionally in other areas such as P.A. and television which helped him recieve a much grander scope of the field.
He moves to Caracas in 1992 to acquire formal trainig in sound mixing. There he works in the most important studios and he tours with well established venezuelan artist like Franco de Vita, Soledad Bravo, Los Amigos Invisibles, among many others.
In 1998 he decides to move to Spain indefenetly. His first years in Spain gives him the opportunity to work with various professionals from Europe and around the world.
He works for David Byrne, Talking Heads' most talented singer.
He often went to the United Kingdom to work in state of the art studios like Peter Gabriel's Real World. He also tours around the world with artists of all nationalities.
During the years he has also worked with many companies of Spain's professional audio industry: artists, bands and singer like:
La Unión, Azúcar Moreno, Chenoa, El sueño de Morfeo, David Bisbal, Ismael Serrano, Quijano, Iguana Tango, Jorge Drexler, etc...
As well as his P.A. Work for these artists he has recorded and mixed many of their records in both CD and 5.1 DVDs, both in live recording and in studios, giving his clients a complete all-round service.
Born in Caracas in the early 70's he lived his teenage years in the birth of the first true Venezuelan rock and pop scenes.
In the midst of these influences he gives his first tentative steps in the world of audio and gets hooked.
Through his studies in the Taller de Arte Sonoro he meets José María Casas who would become his first guide and reference in the field. In 1981 he gets the fabulous opportunity to work on Venezeula's first Workstation, an embryonic ProTools that hadn't even recieved its famous name at the time.
In a few years he had become a specialist in digital audio, and had reaped awards due to his experimentation in audio with various creative groups.
In 1994 he begins his professional career as a post-production sprecialist as chief of the post-production department of Joensa Studios, a state of the art studio in Venezuela's capital.
In that year he also starts his journey in the world of P.A. Where he meets -among other masters- Harold Barber.
He is able to combine his work in countless concert tours of international and national artists, with the direct sound recording of television series of great renown.
In Canal Uno he starts and runs the post-production department wich gave service to the TV industry (mainly series) and it is he who installs the system that tried to compete with ProTools at the time, a system named Dyaxis produced by Studer.
At the head of the audio post-production facilites in Canal Uno he produced up to 8 on-air hours of television a week, in series for clients both in Venezuela and the United States.
Having galvanized his reputation and experience as a specialist in digital postproducion he begins a new phase in his career as a consulting audio specialist for all manner of clients.
In 2000 he moves to Spain and begins his collaboration with New Atlantis where he gets to work with many of Spain's audiovisual industry most well known and respected professionales.
Today Nerio is now starting yet another post-production facility (this is his fourth): Playground.The challenge he has set for himself is to run the best audio post house of his career, and with this goal in mind he has designed and installed Playground.