Engineer, producer, singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist.
Steven Leavitt is a music producer, musician, and recording engineer with a natural ear for music. A native of Los Angeles, CA, Steve’s life in music has spanned many genres, from Folk to Rock, Orchestral to Electronic, and a Pop hybrid of all of the above.
Hortus Animae, Testing Tomorrow, The Oceanographers, Lobate Scarp, Amy Clarke, Hexfire, Martyr Lucifer, The Crane/Fabian Project, Tom Renaud, Marina V, Near Death Photography Club, Opposite Sides, The Venus Illuminato
I have my own all-purpose production studio out in the beautiful countryside just north of Los Angeles, CA in the Santa Clarita valley surrounded by sprawling acreage, big, beautiful oak trees, winding dirt paths and wildlife.
My name is Steve. I produce bands, record, write and consult with musicians on all matter of production related questions. I enjoy helping people do cool stuff.
Check out a few of my production samples below:
Announcement: Steve has been busy remodeling his studio control room space which will coincide with a new website and new content. You can see photos of the build here.
Ambitious Big Band swing recording of Sparky’s Burgers jingle with a live band for local lyricist Jack Leyton. You can check out Jack’s music (and the branding we styled) at jaxsongs.com
I am proud to announce that the newest single I produced for Lobate Scarp is officially released TODAY! Get it here, here, and here: http://bit.ly/LSNothingWrong We recorded this single at I Create Sound Studios (my place) and mixed again with the legendary Rich
Introducing my new podcast, The Language of Creativity! The first episode was taped while recording sessions were ongoing for Lobate Scarp’s newest EP. With in the first 2 minutes, Adam Sears helps Steve come up with the name for the
Steve is launching a new venture called I Create Sound aimed at helping DIY musicians and engineers alike hone their sound at a bite sized affordable rate. With so many projects these days being self-produced and recorded, who do you