Name: Steve Horowitz
Primary Genre(s): Contemporary Classical/Film/TV/Games/Jazz
Biography: Steve Horowitz is the co-author of “The Essential Guide to Game Audio” and can be found providing workshops throughout the country. Watch a few sample lessons: http://www.routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/9780415706704/v_lessons.php
Horowitz studied at the California Institute of the Arts with Mel Powell, Morton Subotnick , Micheal Jon Fink and Stephen ‘Lucky’ Mosko. He lectures at various schools including New York University, California Institute of the Arts, and Berklee College of Music in Boston. Mr. Horowitz writes for chamber and concert ensembles, dance, film, television, cartoons, and interactive media (video games). Steve wrote the score to the award-winning film Super Size Me and served as music supervisor and lead composer for the television show I Bet You Will (MTV). Horowitz’s audio expertise was honored in 1996 with a Grammy award for his engineering work on the compact disc True Life Blues, the Songs of Bill Monroe, winner of the best Bluegrass album 1996, and in 2003 with a Webby for his work with Nickelodeon Digital.