Randy Slaugh is a music producer and composer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is known for his work with Periphery, Devin Townsend, Architects, David Archuleta, TesseracT, Four Year Strong, and Skyharbor, and as a member of Kscope’s cross-continental music group White Moth Black Butterfly. In recent years, he has worked in film and TV music, and has secured placements on networks including Netflix, CBS, NBC, ABC, ESPN, VH1, and MTV, among others. Slaugh is a voting member of The Recording Academy.

Randy Slaugh grew up in the suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania playing music in alternative rock and post-hardcore bands. He began teaching himself audio production in 2004 and later went on to study communication and advertising at Brigham Young University–Idaho. While in Idaho, Slaugh connected with audio engineer Ken Dudley and started learning more professional levels of production.

In 2010, Slaugh connected with the band Periphery at some of their early shows. After hearing a demo of their song “Have a Blast,” he reached out to lead guitarist and producer Misha Mansoor, and offered to record real violin and cello to replace the midi strings in the demo. In 2013, Slaugh worked with Misery Signals, who were recording their album Absent Light in Idaho and were looking for more extensive string arrangements to feature on the album. Later that year, he went on to work with I Killed the Prom Queen, Devin Townsend, Architects, We Shot the Moon, and Intervals. In 2015, Slaugh joined progressive pop group White Moth Black Butterfly after working with Daniel Tompkins and Keshav Dhar on Skyharbor’s Guiding Lights album the previous year. He co-wrote and co-produced the group’s album Atone, as well as their Rising Sun (EP), which were released via Kscope.

Devin Townsend’s , which Slaugh did orchestration and engineering on, won Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year at the 2015 Juno Awards. Skyharbor’s Guiding Lights was named Best Album: Critic’s Choice in Rolling Stone’s 2015 Metal Awards, and Architects’ Lost Forever // Lost Together won Best Album in the Relentless Kerrang Awards. The song “The Price is Wrong” from Periphery’s Periphery III: Select Difficulty was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 2017 Grammy Awards. and Periphery’s 2019 release Hail Stan charted #1 on Billboard‘s Independent Album, Current Rock Album and Current Hard Music Album charts.

In 2018, Slaugh broke into the TV and film world working on shows such as MTV’s Catfish: The TV Show, VH1’s Black Ink Crew, TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé, Discovery’s Diesel Brothers and A&E’s Wahlburgers. He has since composed music for television episodes across several networks, and for movies, including Bollywood film The Body and independent crime thriller Locker 42.