Introduction: Cameron Rochte has catapulted into the Los Angeles engineering ether, after his single with Tate McRae, “Stupid”, went RIAA Gold® in the US. Cameron is a disciple of Eric Palmquist (Finneas, Tate McRae, Mutemath), with whom he worked extensively on McRae’s EP All The Things I Never Said. Cameron has been fortunate enough to work with other prominent names as well, including acts like Josh Klinghoffer of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Moon Taxi, The Ghost Club, Carly Rose, Fuller, New Politics, Madisyn Shipman, and Nina Lu. He has also collaborated with name brands like Fender guitars and Spirinity Productions. He is a 100%’er who can equally play, record (live or studio), produce, mix, and master. He grew up as a bassist in Columbus, OH, before moving to Nashville where he harnessed not only his engineering craft, but also his production, mixing, and encyclopedic knowledge (and collection) of vintage synthesizers! In 2019, Cameron moved to Los Angeles, where he currently resides.