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Scott Jacoby

Scott Jacoby, is a New York-based, Grammy-winning writer, producer, engineer, mixer, and musician. His work, spanning all genres of music, has graced gold and platinum-selling albums and topped charts throughout the world, for artists such as Rachel Platten, Vampire Weekend, Cory Henry, Fabulous, Stormzy, and Chimene Badi. Scott earned a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album for Vampire Weekend’s release, Modern Vampires of the City. Along with the aforementioned artists, Scott’s notable collaborators include John Legend, Coldplay, Sia, Janelle Monae, Laura Izibor, Jose James, Vanessa Hudgens, Jackie Evancho, SZA, and Ronnie Spector. An acclaimed composer, Scott has scored award-winning feature-length films, documentaries, television shows, and national television commercials; most notably, My Last Day Without You, winner of the 2011 Brooklyn Film Festival’s Excellence in Producing, as well as winner of the 2012 Black Reel Award for Best Independent Feature Film.

Scott’s success has allowed him to spend time in 2022 developing artists in the indie landscape.  Jess Yaffa is one such artist.   Twenty two years old, singer/songwriter, Jess has been developing her songs with Scott for several years now and delivers new music in 2023.  

Scott is the Founder/President of EUSONIA Records, whose first release, Maiysha’s, This Much Is True, received a Grammy Nomination in 2009 for Best Urban Alternative Performance. He is also the owner of EUSONIA Studios – a state-of-the-art recording facility in Manhattan – and the CEO of his production company, SCOJAC Music Productions.

In partnership with the Grammy Museum Foundation, Scott and EUSONIA Enterprises Co-founder, James McKinney, are the Technical and Curriculum Advisors to the Anguilla Music Academy, a multi-million dollar philanthropic music production education program and world-class recording studio in the Caribbean.

Scott speaks frequently at the industry events and universities. He has been guest lecturer at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, NYU’s Steinhardt Program, Yale University, Skidmore College, and City College of New York. He has also been featured speaker at ASCAP Expo, AES Platinum Producers panel, Mix Con Brooklyn, and IMSTA-Festa (Keynote Speaker). In 2016, Scott presented the Technical Grammy Award in Los Angeles. Scott is a Lynda author and holds endorsements from several prestigious audio software and hardware companies.

For more information on Scott, please visit:

Waves Audio – 1 Song, 2 Mixes: How Mixing Can Transform a Song:

Sound On Sound Profile:

IMSTA Fest 2016 Keynote Address:




Mix – March 2021
Sonicscoop – June 2020
Sound on Sound – January 2016
MIX – December 2014
Sonic Scoop – April 2014
ASCAP – June 2011