黃文萱 Ziya Huang

Ziya Huang began her career as an assistant at Chen Wei's recording studio in 2004, where she spent five years working on projects with artists such as Angela Chang, Jane Huang, Jam Hsiao, and Yoga Lin.

Under Chen Wei's comprehensive workflow, Huang Wen Hsuan acquired various skills, leading her to transition into mixing after initially working in concert sound engineering.

Her collaborations range across the contemporary Chinese music scene, working with singer-songwriters, powerhouse vocalists, versatile artists, and indie bands. She oversees sound production, guiding musicians to unleash their unique qualities, whether it's the raw power of EggPlantEgg's "Wandering" or the folk narrative texture of Accusefive's "Lost You in This City."

As a mixing engineer, Ziya Huang assists musicians in finding their own sound, enabling them to present their best selves to the public. She also integrates music production with A&R and collaborates with colleagues Howe Chen and Han Li Kang in exploring unique voices in today's pop music scene through "Fortune Coookies Records"