Clark, Rick
March 2003
Mix;Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p158
Focuses on the career of hard rock producer/engineer Michael Wagener. Accounts on the meeting of the author with Wagener; Number of albums of rock bands sold bearing his name on the credits; Use of Neumann KU100 binaural head for field recording for the album of singer Terry Michael LeRoi.


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