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12th Aug '16 7:47:41 PM wuggles
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* Rap/hip-hop producer DJ Mustard, who has worked with everyone from Music/{{Rihanna}} to Music/KanyeWest is known for his up-tempo club hits.
3rd Aug '16 8:19:00 AM thelivingtoad
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** Despite -- or perhaps because -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius whose {{Cloudcuckoolander}} behavior resulted in him inadvertently inventing the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:

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** Despite -- or perhaps because of -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius whose {{Cloudcuckoolander}} behavior resulted in him inadvertently inventing the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:



* Greg Kurstin, who found moderate success with his alt-jazz band Geggy Tah in the late 90s before becoming an in-demand producer and songwriter for artists such as Music/LilyAllen, {{Music/Sia}}, {{Music/Adele}}, Music/TeganAndSara and Music/TheShins.

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* Greg Kurstin, who Kurstin found moderate success with his alt-jazz band Geggy Tah in the late 90s before becoming an in-demand producer and songwriter for artists such as Music/LilyAllen, {{Music/Sia}}, {{Music/Adele}}, Music/TeganAndSara and Music/TheShins.
3rd Aug '16 8:18:28 AM thelivingtoad
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* Greg Kurstin, who found moderate success with his alt-jazz band Geggy Tah in the late 90s before becoming an in-demand producer and songwriter for artists such as Music/LilyAllen, {{Music/Sia}}, {{Music/Adele}}, Music/TeganAndSara and Music/TheShins.
* Former Semisonic lead singer Dan Wilson went on to a highly successful songwriting and production career after the band split. His most notable credit is as the producer, co-writer and pianist for {{Music/Adele}}'s number one hit "Someone Like You".
* Matt Bayles was the keyboardist for the indie rock band Minus the Bear until 2006, until he quit to focus on his production career. He's since produced albums for {{Music/Mastodon}} and Cursive. He's also produced two albums for Minus the Bear following his departure.



* Music/{{Garbage}}. All of the members apart from singer Shirley Manson were experienced producers and remixers before forming the band.

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* Music/{{Garbage}}. All of the members apart from singer Shirley Manson were experienced producers and remixers before forming the band. Most notably, drummer Butch Vig produced {{Music/Nirvana}}'s ''{{Music/Nevermind}}''.
2nd Aug '16 10:45:59 PM thelivingtoad
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** Despite -- or perhaps because -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius whose {{Cloudcuckoolander}} behavior resulted him inadvertently inventing the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:

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** Despite -- or perhaps because -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius whose {{Cloudcuckoolander}} behavior resulted in him inadvertently inventing the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:
2nd Aug '16 10:43:57 PM thelivingtoad
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--->'''Chris Ott'''

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--->'''Chris --->-- '''Chris Ott'''
2nd Aug '16 10:43:21 PM thelivingtoad
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-->''[Hannett] knows the guys who invent digital delay and he gets that circuit, and the circuit is such a brand new thing that he bases the entire sound of ''{{Music/UnknownPleasures}}'' around this one circuit. He applies it to everything -- the drums, the bass, everything has digital delay on it. But because he was Martin Hannett, he did the exact opposite of what anyone would have done when presented with a delay circuit: He turned it all the way down! The delay was set to the shortest possible time. If you listen to the opening of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhCLalLXHP4 Disorder]]", what you're hearing is this bizarre watery warble, that's caused by having this digital delay repeat so quickly after the snare hit.''

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-->''[Hannett] knows the guys who invent digital delay and he gets that circuit, and the circuit is such a brand new thing that he bases the entire sound of ''{{Music/UnknownPleasures}}'' ''Music/UnknownPleasures'' around this one circuit. He applies it to everything -- the drums, the bass, everything has digital delay on it. But because he was Martin Hannett, he did the exact opposite of what anyone would have done when presented with a delay circuit: He turned it all the way down! The delay was set to the shortest possible time. If you listen to the opening of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhCLalLXHP4 Disorder]]", what you're hearing is this bizarre watery warble, that's caused by having this digital delay repeat so quickly after the snare hit.''
2nd Aug '16 10:42:39 PM thelivingtoad
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** Despite -- or perhaps because -- all of his eccentricities, Hannett was heralded as a production genius whose {{Cloudcuckoolander}} behavior resulted him inadvertently inventing the sonic palate of PostPunk and GothRock with his pioneering work with the AMS Digital Delay Circuit. Former Pitchfork writer Chris Ott explains thusly in his ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoodNwr7RZE Shallow Rewards]]'' video series:
-->''[Hannett] knows the guys who invent digital delay and he gets that circuit, and the circuit is such a brand new thing that he bases the entire sound of ''{{Music/UnknownPleasures}}'' around this one circuit. He applies it to everything -- the drums, the bass, everything has digital delay on it. But because he was Martin Hannett, he did the exact opposite of what anyone would have done when presented with a delay circuit: He turned it all the way down! The delay was set to the shortest possible time. If you listen to the opening of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhCLalLXHP4 Disorder]]", what you're hearing is this bizarre watery warble, that's caused by having this digital delay repeat so quickly after the snare hit.''
--->'''Chris Ott'''
27th Jul '16 2:20:24 PM Twentington
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* All of Music/GarthBrooks' albums except for three have been produced by Allen Reynolds. The first one was the ''Music/InTheLifeOfChrisGaines'' album, produced by [[Music/WasNotWas Don Was]]. After Reynolds retired in the mid-2000s, Brooks' next two releases (the six-disc ''Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences'', entirely composed of covers, and 2014's ''Man Against Machine'') were produced by his longtime engineer Mark Miller ([[NamesTheSame not the same person]] as the lead singer of Sawyer Brown).

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* All of Music/GarthBrooks' albums except for three have been produced by Allen Reynolds. The first one was the ''Music/InTheLifeOfChrisGaines'' album, produced by [[Music/WasNotWas Don Was]]. After Reynolds retired in the mid-2000s, Brooks' next two releases (the six-disc ''Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences'', entirely composed of covers, and 2014's ''Man Against Machine'') were produced by his longtime engineer Mark Miller ([[NamesTheSame not the same person]] as the lead singer of Sawyer Brown).Brown), with one track on the former produced by Steve Buckingham instead.
11th Jul '16 1:11:16 PM Twentington
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* Rick Derringer was the frontman of the group The [=McCoys=], and served as Music/WeirdAlYankovic's producer until the ''Film/{{UHF}}'' soundtrack, at which point Yankovic began self-producing.
* Robert Ellis Orrall, best known for his 1983 pop hit "I Couldn't Say No" (with Carlene Carter) and his 1993 country hit "Boom! It Was Over", has produced albums for Music/TaylorSwift and Love and Theft among others.
10th Jul '16 4:58:00 PM Dravencour
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The '''Man in the Middle''' is the exact opposite of the '''Acrimony Producer''': this time around, the band members are too busy [[WeAREStrugglingTogether fighting amongst ''themselves'']] and the producer by default ends up trying to keep the whole thing going, even if it means being the only one around to tell the band to chill out and get back to, y'know, recording.

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The '''Man in the Middle''' is the exact opposite of the '''Acrimony '''Acrimonious Producer''': this time around, the band members are too busy [[WeAREStrugglingTogether fighting amongst ''themselves'']] and the producer by default ends up trying to keep the whole thing going, even if it means being the only one around to tell the band to chill out and get back to, y'know, recording.



* Music/YoshikiHayashi. See "Acrimony Producer" above.
* Music/ToddRundgren. See "Acrimony Producer" above.

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* Music/YoshikiHayashi. See "Acrimony "Acrimonious Producer" above.
* Music/ToddRundgren. See "Acrimony "Acrimonious Producer" above.
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