As a mix and master engineer my role is to get your music ready for the world to hear; music that we would both be proud of. As a composer, I am able to help produce your music to radio ready standards. And finally, I am a bass player, playing both electric and jazz upright, happy to bring your low end to life.
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4 ReviewsEndorse Steve Golub
I've known Steve for a while and confirm he's a man of his word. When he says he'll do something, you can consider it done, and well. He has a good ear for musicality and great ear for sonics. You're in good hands.
Steve is my go to guy for any gig. He has played various styles from Jam Improv to straight up jazz. His sound is on the mark for the situation and always has nice color with choice of notes.
Holy Sh*t this dude is brilliant and returns work back in a timely manner. I've been working with Steve for over 6 months now. I have sent him over 10 pieces of work so far and he had my vision down to a t. I have only been using Steve for a month on the mastering end and hands down I will never find a different mastering engineer he is phenomenal ❤!
Steve is an exceptional musician. His superior skills as both an electric and upright bass player make him a sought after instrumentalist. His current work as a producer and performer in the band Ghostpepper are top notch. I have personally worked with Mr. Golub for several years and on different projects. In addition to his instrumental skills, Steve is also an accomplished vocalist. He is one of the best I’ve worked with in my 25+ years as a music professional.
Interview with Steve Golub
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: I am taking my late 70s Fender PJ fretless bass, an amp and solar panels to provide the juice for my computer in order to listen to and play along with music, which would be anything from Phish to Miles Davis to everything in between and beyond; funk, Hip Hop, and classical.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: Professionalism and quality results so that we are both proud of the song that you are ready to release to the world.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: First and foremost, I listen to what you have to say; I listen to what you want as your end product; and I listen to your music and what you're trying to say in that music. From there, we work together until you are satisfied with how your track(s) turned out.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I am a retired elementary school principal whose first love was always music, which is why my first college experience was in music school. I have written, produced and mixed my own music and I am now taking the first steps to introduce myself as a mix and mastering engineer for hire. I'm a little OCD, which I would imagine will be great for my clients - your mixes will sound mastered before they are actually mastered. My other creative pursuits includes the writing of two self-published novels in the early 2000s, Elusive Things and The Devil is in the Details.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Based on my own writing, I work on rock/funk/jazz, ballads, EDM, chill, meditational music and orchestral pieces. So, I suppose the word eclectic would be most appropriate.