Elliot Scheiner is among some of the most legendary pop engineers in the industry. He is known for his work on Van Morrison‘s Moondance, Steely Dan‘s Aja, Gaucho, and The Royal Scam, Chaka Khan‘s I Feel For You, Rickie Lee Jones‘ Pirates, Bruce Hornsby‘s The Way It Is, and The Eagles‘ Hell Freezes Over.
Some of Elliot’s most recent highlights include working as a sound engineer on the soundtrack for the Broadway musical “A Beautiful Noise,” producing, recording, and mixing the soundtrack for the off-Broadway Florida musical “Knoxville,” producing and recording the soundtrack for the Broadway revival of Tony Kushner’s “Caroline, or Change,” mixing Bobby Weir’s Bobby Weir and the Wolf Bros. Live in Colorado Vol. 2, and mixing Trey Anastasio‘s Live Solo Acoustic show at Carnegie Hall.
Elliot has 24 Grammy nominations and 8 Grammy wins. Additionally, he has one Emmy (Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming as Music Mixer for History of The Eagles Showtime special), three TEC Awards, and a membership in the TEC Hall of Fame alongside George Lucas.
Road and Track – February 2023
Live for Live Music – August 2020
Immersive Audio Album – August 2020
MIX – August 2020
MIX – April 2019
The New York Times – January 2019
Consequence of Sound – May 2018
MIX – January 2018
Playbill – December 2017
Steve Hoffman Music Forum – August 2017
A Drink With – June 2014