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Gui Boratto

About Gui Boratto

Brazilian electronic composer Gui Boratto began his career as a producer, remixer and engineer for artists including country hero Garth Brooks and British reggae stars Steel Pulse and Pato Banton. Inspired by Vince Clark and Yazz, the self-avowed Depeche Mode geek first took up piano at his mother's request in his birthplace of Sao Paulo. The cutting edge producer has since lent his remixing skills to artists including Goldfrapp ("A&E") and the Pet Shop Boys. In 2008, he won second place on Beatport's Awards' "Best Techno" and "Best Electronica Producer" categories.

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Gui Boratto

Brazilian electronic composer Gui Boratto began his career as a producer, remixer and engineer for artists including country hero Garth Brooks and British reggae stars Steel Pulse and Pato Banton. Inspired by Vince Clark and Yazz, the self-avowed Depeche Mode geek first took up piano at his mother's request in his birthplace of Sao Paulo. The cutting edge producer has since lent his remixing skills to artists including Goldfrapp ("A&E") and the Pet Shop Boys. In 2008, he won second place on Beatport's Awards' "Best Techno" and "Best Electronica Producer" categories.

About Gui Boratto

Brazilian electronic composer Gui Boratto began his career as a producer, remixer and engineer for artists including country hero Garth Brooks and British reggae stars Steel Pulse and Pato Banton. Inspired by Vince Clark and Yazz, the self-avowed Depeche Mode geek first took up piano at his mother's request in his birthplace of Sao Paulo. The cutting edge producer has since lent his remixing skills to artists including Goldfrapp ("A&E") and the Pet Shop Boys. In 2008, he won second place on Beatport's Awards' "Best Techno" and "Best Electronica Producer" categories.

About Gui Boratto

Brazilian electronic composer Gui Boratto began his career as a producer, remixer and engineer for artists including country hero Garth Brooks and British reggae stars Steel Pulse and Pato Banton. Inspired by Vince Clark and Yazz, the self-avowed Depeche Mode geek first took up piano at his mother's request in his birthplace of Sao Paulo. The cutting edge producer has since lent his remixing skills to artists including Goldfrapp ("A&E") and the Pet Shop Boys. In 2008, he won second place on Beatport's Awards' "Best Techno" and "Best Electronica Producer" categories.