About Lou Holtzman

Eastside Sound Founder | Engineer

 

Lou Holtzman, working with Duff Harris on the Harrison SeriesTenB

Lou Holtzman founded Eastside Sound in 1972 -- the first professional recording studio on New York City’s Lower East Side. Lou has spent over 45 years recording and supporting exceptional music. He has also been a mentor to young audio engineers, nurturing talent and sharing his love of microphones, percussion, and the Harrison SeriesTenB analog board. 

Lou's credits include: Jon Lucien, Vincent Herring, Willie Martinez, Kendra Shank, Gino Sitson, George Mann, Norman Hedman, Marc Cary, Linda Presgrave, Avery Sharpe, Myra Melford, Mario Canonge, Chico Freeman, Teraesa Vinson, Chris Von Sneidern, Richard X. Heyman, Hilton Ruiz, Robert Ross, David Brooks, Cody Moffett, Ted Nash, Duane Eubanks, Kenny Drew Jr. Trio, Makanda Ken McIntyre, Karen Oberlin, Louis Hayes, Sevendust, Skip Wilkins, Jill Allen, Nilson Matta, Milo Z, Grady Tate, Xavier Davis, Indigenous People,  Andrienne Wilson, Paula Robison, Trio da Paz, Rez Abbasi, Charles McPherson, Sexus, Horace Tapscott, Jan Leder, Billy Hart, James Ulmer, Jean-Paul Bourelly, Eliane Elias, Art Farmer, Frank Foster, Music Revelation Ensemble, Jack Wilkins, Kenny Drew, Claudio Roditi, Roxy Perry, Ed Cherry, Nate Fitzgerald, Yomo Toro, Ray Drummond, Bobby Blue Bland, Charles Sullivan, Franklin Kiermyer, Tommy Flanagan, Robert Miller, Don Braden Quintet, Joris Teep, Steve Hobbs, James Blood Ulmer, Diedre Murray, Fred Hopkins, Rez Abbasi, Beni Arterberry, The Leaders, Chris Spedding, Clark Terry, Dexter Gordon Sonya Robinson and more.