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Steve plays the piano and sings songs. he does other stuff, too – check out the web sites below to see more.
Biography: Steve Auerbach made his first studio recording and was performing in New York nightclubs by age 17. By age 19, Steve moved himself to Los Angeles where he was ‘in the right place, at the right time’ and developed a reputation as something of an expert at synthesizer programming and sound design. Steve worked for producers and recording artists doing a lot of this work in the home recording studios of his famous clients. In the 80s, Steve befriended some of Frank Zappa’s musicians; Ike Willis and Steve Vai. Willis hired Steve as manager and agent and Vai hired Steve as sound engineer for his band, The Classified. Steve went on to work as a staff writer and arranger for legendary Motown producer, Harry Balk for his new Avatar Records label in Malibu. Steve came to Utah in the late 1980s for work at the Electronic Music Laboratory at the University of Utah where he served as teaching assistant for two tears under the composer in residence, electronic music pioneer, Dr. Vladimir Ussachevsky. Steve taught an electronic music theory, history/technique and did some experimental electronic music at this time as well as some original music scores and soundtracks for student films. One of these films won an award at the Oswego Film Festival in NY. While attending the University, Steve was also a part-time rock radio DJ and jingle writer/producer. Steve also staged a o