DAVID KAHNE
THE STROKES - LANA DEL REY - TONY BENNETT - PAUL MCCARTNEY - SUBLIME - SUGAR RAY - THE BANGLES - REGINA SPEKTOR

Kahne has over a long and impressive career branched out into almost all aspects of music making, acting as a musician, composer, engineer, mixer, producer, A&R man, and music supervisor. In one or more of these capacities he has worked with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Tony Bennett, Lana del Rey, The Strokes, Stevie Nicks, Sublime, Sugar Ray, k.d. lang, Cher, Miley Cyrus, Curtis Mayfield, The Bangles, Kelly Clarkson, Linkin Park, McCartney, and many more. He has also received a Grammy Award for Tony Bennett’s MTV Unplugged, which was the Album Of The Year 1994. In addition, Kahne has been and remains active creating music for film and television, both as a producer and as a composer. He scored the soundtracks for movies like Bloom (2003) and The Armstrong Lie (2013) and has written three ballets, the most recent being Hunchback. Throughout his entire career working in studios has remained Kahne’s first love, and he currently has his own studio at Avatar Studios in NYC, called SeeSquared, where his gear consists he says, “of a combination of digital and analogue. Everything is connected in a way that allows me to use both at once, accessing everything from a main computer, on which I run Cubase and Nuendo. It’s a high-tech hybrid system, using MADI to connect 6 computers and a lot of analogue gear.”