Steven Vidaic


Steven Vidaic is a musician, songwriter, producer and engineer and is co-owner of Colorado based record label, studio and production company Immersive. He is an alumnus of The Institute of Audio Research in New York and produces records for a wide variety of artists.  Steven released his first solo album, Hearts Look Twice, on Immersive Records in May of 2012. As a musician, he performs and records regularly with Citizen Cope, Goodbye Champion and as a solo artist. 

Steven was awarded a Grammy in 2010 for his contributions as a Recording Engineer and was awarded an Emmy in 2012 for an original documentary score.  

He has worked with/for Chick Corea, Bo Diddley, Gary Clark Jr., Q-Tip, Bill Frisell, Ron Miles, Charlie Hunter, Vinny Caliuta, Medeski, Martin, and Wood, Paul Winter, Paul McCandless, Groove Collective, The Benevento/Russo Duo, Stanley Jordan, Warren Haynes, The Pharcyde, String Cheese Incident, The Motet, Otis Taylor, Constantine Maroulis, and Shpongle.