Salomé Limón

Film Industry Role: Producer and Sound Engineer

Nationality: Spanish

Major Works: Bajo las Estrellas (2007) and Casi 40 (2018) 

Major Awards and Nominations: Latin Grammy winner for Best Instrumental Album for "Spain Forever" (2016)

Salomé Limón is a Producer and Sound Engineer based in Madrid who’s career extends from the music to the film industry.

She studied sound engineering in Madrid in 2004 and shortly after started working at Casa Limón Studio. Her first project was “El Cantante”, an álbum by Andrés Calamaro. Having worked with amazing names in the music industry, such as Paco de Lucía, Anoushka Shankar, Mariza, amongst others.

Her career in the film industry goes back to 2006 when she recorded the music for David Trueba's movie Bienvenido a Casa. Salomé Limón also worked as a recording technician in Bajo las Estrellas (2007). Most recently, she was the supervising sound editor in Ismael (2013) and Casi 40 (2018).

In 2016, “Spain Forever”, a álbum by Michel Camilo and Tomatito produced by Salomé Limón, went on to win the Latin Grammy for Best Instrumental Album. She also produced, recorded and mixed Maria Toledo’s fourth album, “Magnetic” and was nominated for yet another Latin Grammy, for Best Sound Engineering and Best Flamenco album.

Salomé is also an avid voice for women in music. In 2015 she recorded, mixed and produced “De Mujer a Mujer”, a worldwide music project featuring 14 leading Spanish singers, in collaboration with the Vicent Ferrer Foundation. Currently, she is collaboratively working with Agencia de Comunicación y Género, fighting for gender equality in the communication business.