Scott Kelly is a Los Angeles based engineer, producer, and composer. He has worked with: Stephen Stills, Marshmello, Usher, Demi Lovato, The Chainsmokers, John Legend, and Armin Van Buuren to name a few. Scott has also produced original music for Gibson and Taylor Guitars.
For 15+ years, Scott has played the part on both sides of the glass. As a guitar player, Scott has worked with many talented engineers to produce a wide range of material -- rock, hardcore, metal, prog, indie, jazz, folk, etc. He has self-produced three releases, played on numerous recordings, and toured the United States with various rock and metal bands.
As an engineer, Scott co-founded the Wildwood Guitars YouTube channel, and has continued to edit, mix, and master the channel's content to this day. He has also composed original music for multiple documentary videos in partnership with Gibson and Taylor Guitars.
In recent years, Scott has been working at the legendary Westlake Recording Studios in Hollywood, CA where he as worked with numerous world-renowned artists and performers, including: Iggy Azalea, Glen Ballard, Stephen Stills, Rihanna, The Backstreet Boys, Carly Rae Jepsen, Shawn Mendez, Banks, DRAM, Sza, HAIM, John Legend, etc.
If you need assistance with your project -- time aligning drums, perfecting a vocal performance (vocal, pitch, and timing), or mixing your next release -- Scott will ensure that the final product is perfect and delivered on time. If you're looking for a producer to compose and arrange a song around a vocal melody, chord progression, lyric, or film backdrop, Scott's expertise and experience will leave you happily satisfied.
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An extremely helpful asset to any team. Scott went above and beyond to make plans for my project and ensure that I felt comfortable with every aspect of it, including ones that he wasn't hired for. My EP ended up immensely better because of him and for that, I will always be grateful!