Victor Cavazos graduated from Texas State University with a BS in Sound Recording Technology in 2011.

He has over ten years of experience learning, performing, competing, recording, and engineering a wide variety of musical styles and genres including classical, chamber, rock, jazz, and Latin.

In 2010 he studied recording theory and acoustics under Juergen Wahl (Principal Applications Engineer for Neumann Sennheiser) and micing techniques from Grammy award winner Jack Renner (co-founder of Telarc Records) at the Edgar Stanton Audio Recording Institute in Aspen. While a student of the Sound Recording Technology program at Texas State he worked at Fire Station Studios, a professionally equipped sound recording studio owned by the university and operated by the faculty, staff, and students of the program. Outside of the studio he has also worked doing live sound production at the UT Butler School of Music as a part-time, freelance audio engineer, and live sound production, web casting and streaming at the Aspen Music Festival and the Hot Springs Music Festival. 

Victor has been a guest lecturer at Texas State where he has taught freshman and sophomore classes on micing brass instruments to Sound Recording Technology students.

He is also a musician. Victor plays trumpet, piano, electric and acoustic guitar and some percussion. Additionally, he is a vocalist for two Salsa bands in Austin.

Victor is an alumni member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Gamma Phi Chapter (Texas State University), a professional music fraternity for men and also a former member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS)