Apart from being a music lover, my end goal is to reflect the story behind the music. Whether that's shaping sonic landscapes or working with experimental sounds I'd love to bring any vision to life.
Working out of Route 2 Recording studio in Eagle Rock, most of my experience has been a combination of rock genres. Most of our projects are rooted in surf, psychedelic, shoe-gaze, blues or hard rock. Despite this, I thoroughly enjoy working outside of rock and have ventured into pop, and even as far as latinx music with some close buddies of mine. As an all around music lover, I admire artist who aim to push boundaries of genres, messages, and norms all the like.
I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
ReviewsEndorse Steven Lovecraft
Interview with Steven Lovecraft
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most of the work I provide for clients is typically recording (out of several different studios) and mixing.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Before getting my hands dirty, I like to deconstruct the vision the artist has for a particular song. If the artist comes to me with stems and a vision, I typically clean up the tracks before beginning the mix process. After the vision is solidified, I give the mix a go and allow for constructive feedback throughout the process (typically on a song-by-song basis). As the tracks come together we review the vision and see what can be altered to properly execute the vision.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: I am in love with analog gear. Working off of a tree audio roots console and a Quad 8 has definitely spoiled me. Despite this, I embrace the digital age. Although it is hard to imitate that WARMTH of analog sound, digital gear has proved to be incredible.