Steve Reynolds (sound engineer)
Steve Reynolds is a New Orleans based audio engineer and record producer. Formerly a co-owner of Ultrasonic Studios, Steve has worked with such artists as Rebirth Brass Band, Irma Thomas, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews, Kermit Ruffins, and The Radiators. In 2004, under the name of Tangle Eye, Steve and fellow New Orleans producer Scott Billington created Alan Lomax's Southern Journey Remixed, a funk, hip-hop, and bluegrass remix of Alan Lomax's recordings for the Library of Congress. Reynolds now works as an instructor at NOCCA|Riverfront for their media arts program and as a freelance engineer around New Orleans. In 2007, Steve won a Best Contemporary Blues Album Grammy for engineering Irma Thomas's "After the Rain".
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- album liner notes "Artist Direct" Retrieved August 14, 2009
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- NOCCA|Riverfront Retrieved August 14, 2009
- Past Grammy Winners Archived November 10, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved August 14, 2009
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