Raz Klinghoffer is a record producer, songwriter, mix & audio engineer, and guitarist. He records at his recording studio in the San Fernando Valley, just north of Los Angeles.
Raz has spent over 10-years producing and mixing most genres of music including pop, rock, hip-hop, R&B, Americana/folk, film scores, adult contemporary, country, and metal. Raz works with up & coming and established artists at all levels of their careers. Raz’s cowrite and production work for EarlyRise, “Wasteland,” was the only track by an unsigned artist to be featured in-game in Ubisoft ‘Rocksmith 2014’ – alongside Paramore, Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, etc.
Raz’s track “La La La” received airplay across the country on powerhouse top 40 stations Z100 (NYC), Q102 (Philly), XL106.7 (Orlando), 91.7 ZHT (Salt Lake City), and KISSFM (Phoenix).
Some of the Artists that Raz has worked with in his Los Angeles Recording Studio
Work with Raz in his Los Angeles Recording Studio
Raz has worked with many artists in a large variety of genres in his Los Angeles based Recording Studio. Read some his many 5 star reviews on Yelp to get a feel for how people enjoy working with him.
Got Raz's phone number from a friend, after I heard some work she'd done with him that I really liked. I brought one of my songs to him, which I felt was pretty good, but with his creative ingenuity, it really took what I had to the next level. It's pretty impressive what can be done with the right production and sound. My music style is Pop, and I was looking to create some beats that were really catchy, he changed some of the hooks and structure, added some modern electronics--Voila! A song you just want to keep on repeat!
Thank you for using your talents!
Raz rocks!!! Every production we work on is even more awesome than the last.
I was looking for someone to only remix one of my originals and ended up working on new material with him.
He's beats are super slick, clean, and got me that top 40 sound I wanted! Not only top 40 but also NEXT LEVEL SHIZZZ!!!!
I love all types of music and Raz can do it all!
He is open to listen to my ideas and is full of great advice. He keeps it 100 when I need it the most.
I tots recommend Raz!!!!!
Working with Raz is great. He's responsive with correspondence, creative/ productive in the studio, and has a helpful and likable manager as well. Raz has an ear for good vocal melodies, and can definitely help develop yours to fit the feel of the song. So you can expect someone who is professional and calm, who moves the sessions along gracefully. All in all, good experience.
Sent Raz some of my latest songs I've been working on with another producer , Raz recorded some guitars and sent us some amazing production ideas - some cool synths lines and pads that totally changed the song vibe (for the better). It was actually really really cool and it blew my mind because of the creativity.
His ideas and recording actually made my day (and my tracks) improved it QUITE a bit.
After recording we sent Raz the final vocals for "improvements', and again we got a neutral result that totally blew us away, you can barely hear the corrections, but you could definitly hear that the vocals were on point. I would definitely go back to Raz if I ever need someone to review my music and even some advice on how to make my music and such better. The quality of my music really improved quite a lot and it just simply sounds better all round. I learned a few tips and tricks by listening to the songs myself. One of my greatest experiences I've ever had!
Raz's biggest advantage is that he is straight to the point, and that he is honest. He will never tell you stories or waste your time, he is here to work, and not to talk, and he delivers on time.
Came from Irvine in the last few months and it was worth the trip because at the end of the day it's my music and I need someone I know I can trust.
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