Steve Levine


Starting as a trainee tape-op at CBS studios in 1975, Steve progressed to in house engineer and worked with many now classic new wave & punk acts The Clash, The Jags, The Vibrators, XTC as well as many of CBS records pop acts, including Sailor. Beach Boy, Bruce Johnson was to play an important part in Steve's early career, culminating with Steve producing an album for the Beach Boys several years later. Steve produced all of Culture Club’s classic hits and the bands’ three multi-platinum albums. Since then he has worked with a wide spectrum of artistes and composed a number of film scores. Artists collaborations include Honeyz, China Crisis, Gary Moore, Ziggy Marley, Louise, The Creatures, Lemmy & Motorhead, David Grant, Westworld, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Mis-teeq, 911. Steve has collected a number of prestigious awards including BPI Producer of the Year, Musicweek Top Singles Producer and a Grammy for his work with Deniece Williams. A SONY Radio Award and most recently a Gold Award in the New York Radio Festival for the Boy George documentary. Steve has also appeared on many radio and TV programs, he is a regular guest presenter on BBC’s 6 Music.

Steve Levine


His radio production company Magnum Opus Broadcasting Ltd produces shows for the BBC; in particular, The Record Producers a radio documentary series for BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music for which Steve received a Sony Radio Award for the “Best Specialist Contributor”. This acclaimed documentary series focuses on the art of record production from the producers perspective. His Radio 2 Documentary featuring long time friend Boy George won the prestigious World Radio Award in NYC in 2016 Following the success of the radio documentary series in 2015 Steve presented The Record Producers Live with special guest Lamont Dozier.

Steve Levine


Along with his radio and TV work Steve is also busy producing exciting new bands for his new label Hubris Records. He is a member of the judging panel for Pledge Music, Arquiva Radio Awards and the Liverpool International Music Festival Academy. Steve was commissioned to curate a stage at LIMF 2014 - ‘The Assembly Point Sessions’. Steve is a Director of PRS for music, a member of the MU executive committee, PPL, and The Music Producer’s Guild & a LIPA Companion.
Steve has collected a number of prestigious awards including BPI Producer of the Year, Musicweek Top Singles Producer and a Grammy for his work with Deniece Williams and a SONY Radio Award.


Favorite PSP Plug-ins: all of them.
"I've been a fan of PSP plug-ins almost from day one, which is now nearly 17 years. I was thrilled and honoured when I finally met the VERY tall Antoni in person  at a trade show, his passion for audio and DSP plug ins is apparent from the second you meet him. Every time a new plug in is released it gives me hours of creative pleasure. AND whenever I use something like "PSP VintageWarmer" the artists say …."what was that you just did" …almost anything sounds better with it  …and the recent  PSP FETpressor has the same effect on drums and vocals. The new spring reverb is destined to be a new classic along with some of many other great plug-ins they make."


More about Steve:
www.stevelevine.co.uk
www.facebook.com/steve.levine.336

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