Nothing kills creativity faster and more abrupt than breaking a string in the middle of recording.
Welcome To The Official Website Of Ryan Almario
As a full-time musican, Ryan Almario works as a session keyboardist and freelance sound engineer / producer based in Atlanta, GA, USA.
Ryan is an accomplished piano player and keyboardist as well as being well versed in a multitude of genres including pop, rock, salsa, country, and jazz. He has played with top notch groups such as Last Five Standing (rock), Capitol City Xpress (big band swing), Atlanta Acoustic Jazz, and award-winning acts such as US Beat (party band) and Ashley Harris (country). He has also been with groups that have opened for world-famous acts such as the B-52s, Huey Lewis & The News, and Kelly Clarkson.
As an engineer, he has worked in both music and post-production scenes. In addition to working in his own studio, FlipFunk Studios, he has also worked in world-class studios such as Doppler Studios and Turner Studios. Notable clients include Brian Michael Cox, T-Boz (TLC), Mase, Young Jeezy, Cartoon Network, Getty, Jupiter Images, NBA, and CNN.
As a producer, he has worked with a lot of singer-songwriters in and around the Metro Atlanta area. Representative album works include “Shape This Love” (Kristen Hope Justice – winner of the 2013 Intel Superstars Competition, Pop category), “Move Ahead” (Asha Lightbearer, honorable mention at the 8th Annual Posi-Music Awards), “Christmas Jazz” (Ryan Almario – jazz), “All Along This Path” (Debbie Schrodt – spiritual), “Soy Manantial” (Sonia Osio – latin), “Insanity” (Natalie Fernandez – pop), and “Treasured” (Chris Day – rock).
Ryan Almario started writing songs only recently but has garnered overwhelmingly positive feedback. His songs combined with his entertainment skills have made him a staple in local open mic shoot outs. His songwriting skills vary from sensitive songs such as “Be Back Home” and “Between Hello And Goodbye” to upbeat funny tunes including “Go Out That Door” and “Not In The Mood”. Crowd favorites include his anti-bullying song “Just Hold On” and the comedic “It Was Me (The Hootie Song)”.
In August 15, 2014, Ryan released his first CD in collaboration with Wil Hodge entitled “See What I Hear”. The album includes all the inspirational songs that Ryan wrote and performed at Unity North Atlanta Church.