Trade Sound Productions

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About Us

Trade Sound Productions was founded in 2007 by Jeremy P. Baca.

Jeremy's vision for the company started with his desire to provide great production services at reasonable prices. Too many times a planner or promoter is left with the difficult task of putting together Audio-Visual production while at the same time not understanding much about it. We at Trade Sound understand this and reflect it into our pricing structure. With Trade Sound Productions clients never have to worry about the stress that comes with planning or coordinating an event. We not only provide the quality services our clients seek, we help with the production planning portion of the event.  Production planning is a service provided with every event  free of charge.

Sound, lighting, and video production is our realm.

Barbi Baca currently is the production assistant for Trade Sound Productions.

In addition to the work with Trade Sound Productions Barbi's experience in the entertainment industry includes working as the production manager for the former American Indoor Football team The Arizona Outlaws (, and worked as the assistant manager for the Desert Hard Rock band CO-OP ( For CO-OP Barbi booked and promoted gigs, scheduled interviews and photo shoots, maintained all social marketing, sold merchandise, tickets, and maintained an online store, managed finances, and coordinate events.

Barbi holds a Masters in Entertainment Business Masters from Full Sail University, and a Bachelors in Hospitality Management, along with an Associates in Business from The University of Phoenix.

Barbi is also a full time homemaker, wife, and mother to an 20 year old son.
Our purpose is to create a memorable experience at each event we service. We do this with flawless execution and service at each event along with professional cutting edge gear. Service is our top priority seconded to our expertise in sound, lighting, and video production. The culture bred at Trade Sound Productions is this is not just a business, this is our life. Our goal is to create a legacy through the education of future sound, lighting, and video engineers.

Our company culture focuses on our employees, and our clients by always treating everyone with respect.

About the owner

Jeremy P. Baca began his professional career in audio-visual production services at the young age of 15 in his father's studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico learning about sound and musical production. From there he spent  his youth, high school, and college at the University of New Mexico, developing his skills in this area.

At  20, he left  Albuquerque to pursue his career in a more challenging atmosphere. He moved to Phoenix, Arizona and started work for American Audio-Visual Center in Scottsdale as an audio-visual technician. In a short span he worked his way up the ladder to become a senior technician and onto a project manager for large scale corporate events.

After three and a half years of the professional corporate world, he moved on to work with the other end of the spectrum. Jeremy was hired on as an audio engineer with Sunbelt Scenic Studios in Tempe working with large scale concerts and festivals on a regional and national basis. He dealt with some of the top recording artists during this time period with their live concerts. Some accredited work at this time; The Tostito's Fiesta Bowl and Block Party, The Tempe Music Festival, many concerts at Ft. McDowell Casino, Casino Arizona, Harrah's in Laughlin, Nevada.

Taking what he learned from both sides of the industry he moved on to establish himself as a freelance engineer. Jeremy was hired on shows as a production manager and systems technician. He spent this time period touring nationally with large scale concert and corporate events.

                      In 2007 Jeremy started Trade Sound Productions, llc and started working on his own events. 

Jeremy P. Baca Resume 

 " I do it for the passion of the job. Because those rewards still exist in our industry, I would do it all over again exactly the same way if I had to."   -Jeremy P. Baca