Frankie ‘El Medico’ Rodriguez is an educator who graduated from SAE Miami in 2002 and currently acts as the campus’ certified Ableton and ProTools instructor. While working for SAE for the past 12 years, Frankie has also managed to build a name for himself within the Latin American music market. Frankie has been involved in projects for some of the most notable Latin artists of our time including, Daddy Yankee, Marc Anthony, and Ricky Martin.
During his ‘Masters of Sound’ series session, he discusses earning his first Latin GRAMMY® in 2007 for his work done on Daddy Yankee’s El Cartel album, which officially solidified his influence and role within the genre of reggaeton and urban Latin music. He also discusses being nominated for four more GRAMMY®s since his original victory. His advice to students is to never stop learning: “I’m still learning new things everyday, if not new, then better ways of doing things.” He goes on to explain that to truly succeed you must master not one but one hundred things.
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