Kevin Becka has been a musician and recording engineer for over 30 years. He has engineered and been on the production teams for the top names in secular and Christian music including George Benson, Kenny G., Quincy Jones, Michael Bolton, Matt Maher, Gretchen Harris, Danielle Rose, Paul Melle, Tom Booth, George Lynch, and more.
Kevin has taught audio recording at the High School and post-secondary levels including teaching surround recording at the Danish Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen, Denmark; advanced recording at Belmont University; and served as a Director of Education, instructor and lecturer for over 10 years.
Kevin is also a seasoned journalist serving as editor of both Audio Media and Pro Audio Review magazines, and has been technical editor of Mix Magazine since 2003 where he writes the TechTalk column, product reviews and features. In his work with Mix, Kevin has written, produced and hosted webcasts for Royer Labs, Millennia Media, Avid, Focusrite, Lynx Studio, Universal Audio, Mackie, Shure and Stanford Research.
Kevin is a voting member of The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), a board member of The Society of Professional Recording Services (SPARS) and a member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES).