Steve Christensen

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Steve Christensen
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Background information
Birth name Steve Christensen
Born (1978-04-23) April 23, 1978 (age 40)
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Genres Rock, Pop, Folk, Americana
Occupation(s) Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer, musician
Instruments Bass, guitar
Years active 1998 to present
Website www.christensenmixing.com

Steve Christensen (born April 23, 1978) is a Grammy Award winning American recording engineer, record producer and musician.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Steve began his recording career in Houston, Texas at SugarHill Studios[3] in 1998 as an intern and quickly moved up to lead engineer by 2000. His work includes international touring as live sound engineer for Destiny's Child and studio albums by Jermaine Dupri, Cash Money Records, Steve Earle, Khruangbin and Robert Ellis. Steve currently operates his own studio called The Treehouse.

Awards and nominations[edit]

GRAMMY Wins[edit]

Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album' (2009) Steve Earle – "Townes"[4]

Discography[edit]

Year Title Artist Credits
2018 "Con Todo El Mundo" Khruangbin Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer[5]
2018 "Slip Off In The Dark" Deep Cuts Audio engineer, Mixing engineer
2018 "No Distractions" Memory Keepers Mixing engineer
2017 "Transient Lullaby" The Mastersons Audio engineer, Mixing engineer[6]
2017 "I Got Your Medicine" Shinyribs Audio engineer, Mixing engineer[7]
2017 "Talk" Vodi Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2017 "Colors" El Lago Audio engineer, Mixing engineer
2017 "Darkest Sour" The Sour Notes Mixing engineer[8]
2017 "Caught in a Phase" Dollie Barnes Audio engineer, Mixing engineer
2016 "Revelations of a Mind Unraveling" Lincoln Durham Audio engineer, Mixing engineer[9]
2016 "Robert Ellis" Robert Ellis Audio engineer[10]
2016 "Polyester" John Evans Audio engineer, Mixing engineer[11]
2016 "The Revealer" Jesse Dayton Audio engineer, Mixing engineer
2016 "Jaguar" Young Mammals Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2015 "The Universe Smiles Upon You" Khruangbin Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer[12]
2014 "Built to Break" Ronnie Fauss Mixing engineer
2014 "Do What May" The Sour Notes Mixing engineer[13]
2014 "88 92" Wild Moccasins Mixing engineer
2013 "Sunday Morning Record" Band of Heathens Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2012 "Birds Fly South" The Mastersons Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2012 "Cabin Fever" Corb Lund Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer[14]
2012 "Grandfather Child" Grandfather Child Audio engineer
2012 "The Grifter's Hymnal" Ray Wylie Hubbard Audio engineer, Mixing engineer[15]
2011 "Photographs" Robert Ellis Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer[16]
2011 "Top Hat Crown & the Clapmaster's Son" Band of Heathens Mixing engineer
2010 "Perfectly Legal: Songs of Sex, Love and Murder" Glenna Bell Audio engineer
2010 "Well After Awhile" Shinyribs Mixing engineer
2009 "Life Just Keeps Getting Better and Better" Three Fantastic Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2009 "Townes" Steve Earle Audio engineer[17]
2008 "Sea and Stars" The Tontons Audio engineer
2007 "Perfect Rainy Day" Annie Loo Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2006 "Ramblin Boy" John Evans Audio engineer, Mixing engineer, record producer
2005 "Fourth Person" Sarah Sharp Mixing engineer

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