Steve Stout

Indie Rock Producer

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Here to complete the instrumentation on your tracks and mix.

Full Time engineer for Jason Wade (Lifehouse) - Lead Guitarist of band Lifehouse and freelance Producer/Engineer. Let's work on finishing up your tune. Want it to sound like the 60s/70s? Even better! Have a full studio with all instruments needed to complete your track and make you sound your best from guitars and bass to drums and keys, even bgvs all the way through to the mixing stage.

Be sure to check out my main project ØZWALD that is myself and Jason co-producing, we both play every instrument on the records and I engineer them. https://open.spotify.com/artist/7pwk3M6iETEiAFLwqkgLrk?si=wTm9zj35TZuXjp1KJggkpQ

PRODUCER CREDITS (listen on SPOTIFY)
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ØZWALD
Jason Wade
PIGA
Lost Beach
Nick Shattuck
V Torres
Davey and the Midnights
Kita Klane

GEAR LIST
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1968 Gibson Hummingbird
1967 Rickenbacker 330-12
Martin 00-15
1964 Gibson LG-1
1964 Princeton Amp
1960's Univox U45B amp
65 Amps Tupelo
65 Amps Ventura
Gibson Les Paul, SG (Lollar Pickups)
1964 Gibson ES-345 reissue
Fender Jazzmaster
1967 Baldwin Split Sound
1978 Fender Music Master Bass
Fender Eric Johnson Strat
1974 Wurlitzer 200A Electric Piano
1984 Roland JX-10 Synth
Vintage Organ
Locker of vintage and new mics
Space Echo, Echoplex, Spring tanks

Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.

11 Reviews - 3 Repeat Clients

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  1. Review by Birgitte U.
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    Great working with Steve!!

  2. Review by Joaquin C.
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    Great job, it was a good experience working with Steve, thank you!

  3. Review by Birgitte U.
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    Working with Steve was great!
    Steve is incredibly skilled and the communication is rigth on point.
    Will definately work with Steve again!

  4. Review by July A.
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    Steve is definitely one of the pro guitar palyers here and has a very nice guitar sound. Loved it !

  5. Review by Evie
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    Steve is an awesome guitarist!!
    He did exactly what I asked for (and actually went above and beyond!) and he was sooo fast!!!! He's a super gifted musician and I will definitely be working with him again! :)

  6. Review by Igg K.
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    Good times working with Steve again!

  7. Review by Igg K.
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    Was great working with Steve....professional, friendly and shreds on guitar!

  8. Review by Hugo H.
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    Steve is the bomb. Absolutely brilliant guitar player, with that nice an fuzzy vibe. A great blend of vintage sound and modern playing !

  9. Review by Jason F.
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    Steve was great to work with- super nice guy, very receptive to my instructions, while still adding his own sound and flavor. Very fast turn-around times- recommended!

  10. Review by Beau Toop
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    I worked with Steve on my most recent project and have only the highest level of respect for his talent. A total pro, with a very experienced ear, his contributions with electric guitar and bgv's were top notch. Steve will undoubtedly be my first call and recommendation in the future.

  11. Review by William Stanbro
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    Steve is an incredible musician. He has a vast knowledge of guitar styles and tones, and is extremely easy going. He can read music as well as improvise on the spot which makes every piece of music sound ten times better. His attention to detail and quick turn around makes me keep hiring him for film and song work and I will continue to do so.

Interview with Steve Stout

  1. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  2. A: I generally record all of the guitars on a track, whether that require more Acoustic than Electric or vice versa, and help the client really solidfy the vibe of the tune and arrangement.

  3. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  4. A: I am a huge fan of classic records (Stones, Petty, America) and newer Americana artists such as Ryan Adams, Butch Walker, Alabama Shakes. Also heavily inspired by the New Wave artists of the 80s especially the playing of Jonny Marr and the hooky writing of bands like Hall & Oates and The Cure.

  5. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  6. A: My studio consists of four amps - A 65 Amps Tupelo for the huge 60s blackface American style tones and some boutique grit, a 65 Amps Ventura for a more Bassman approach - A vintage 1964 Fender Princeton which have been used on countless records and a Boogie Lonestar Special to fill out the British tones. My guitars range from a Gibson Les Paul and SG which I've modified to have a killer vintage sound, a Fender Jazzmaster and Strat, 1967 Baldwin Split sound for the quirkier tones, a modified Epiphone Sheraton for the 335 stuff, a Fender MusicMaster Bass from 1978 for any vibey bass tracks and a 1964 Gibson LG-1 acoustic which records with tons of vibe and a Prototype Taylor 614e that has a killer jumbo tone to it that really fills out the LG-1 when needed. ISO room for my amps, tons of pedals and all tracks recorded through an Apogee interface.

  7. Q: What's your typical work process?

  8. A: Most clients bring me their mostly completed tracks, sometimes with guitar ideas already recorded and other times without. I like to get an idea of what the client has in mind for the overall vibe of the track and their influences on the song sonically, and start there as fresh and inspired as possible, treating every tracking session as genuinely as if we were a band recording together in the studio for the first time.

  9. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  10. A: I'm always working on my side project LOST BEACH whenever possible, both as the lead guitarist as well as a cowriter and the coproducer/mixer - we are a group of musicians who play for other bands hired and came together to chase the type of music we are all truly inspired by and it's been a total blast to come up with some killer tunes together and really find a common ground sonically and vibe wise.

  11. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  12. A: Tones and part writing primarily. Making moments in your music is always my goal.

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I was the producer/lead vox/drums/slide guitar/piano/bass/engineer/writer in this production

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GenresSounds Like
  • George Harrison
  • Andy Shauf
  • Wilco
Gear Highlights
  • Studio full of guitars from the 60s
  • vintage drums
  • bass and keys. more on @stevestoked instagram
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