Elliot Scheiner Biography
Two-time Grammy Award winner (Best Engineered Recording for Steely Dan's "Aja" and "Gaucho") Elliot Scheiner's career began in 1967 as an assistant to producer Phil Ramone at A&R Recording in New York City. Since that time the Producer/Engineer has worked with a who's who of popular music superstars. Credits include Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, Steely Dan, Billy Joel, Van Morrison, Glenn Frey, John Fogerty, Manhattan Transfer, Toto, Hanson, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Hornsby, B.B. King, George Benson, Ricki Lee Jones, and Smokey Robinson to name a few.
Elliot is a founding member of the MPGA (Music Producer's Guild of the Americas) which, among other things, has been involved in seminars to educate the music industry about 5.1. He is a pioneer in the area of 5.1 music releases having mixed one of the first DTS format CD's, The Eagles' live album, "Hell Freezes Over". He has also done 5.1 mixes of Steely Dan's "Gaucho", Fleetwood Mac's "The Dance", John Fogerty's "Premonition", "Toy Matinee", Roy Orbison's "Black and White Night" and Alanis Morissette's most recent Grammy performance of "Uninvited".
You can read more about Elliot in an interview in Studio Sound
Elliot's discography can be found at the MPGA site.
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