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Critically acclaimed recording engineer and producer Robert Margouleff has been at helm of more influential musicians than one can name in less than 5 full minutes. Take a look at his full discography to get a complete picture but let's just say that you've heard his work, a lot.

His early career in audio production started with an industry turning-point role as the world's first commercial sound designer who used an early prototype [Moog 3] synthesizer which then led to his going on to produce legendary records for Stevie Wonder, DEVO, Oingo Boingo, GWAR, The Isely Brothers, Depeche Mode, David Sanborn, and many more.



Creating break-out albums for some of the world's most pivotal musicians has garnished unique insights into synthesis and immersive media production.

Throughout his career, Margouleff has had the great fortune to work on truly inspiring projects, while meeting many influential and creative individuals along the way. Robert believes in working as a team towards creating a better future through the compassionate development of multimedia and his electronica.

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Producer Of Your Favorite Memories

Robert Margouleff is a Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer, early synthesizer pioneer, studio owner, and filmmaker. Most noted for his work with electronic music synthesizer programming for Stevie Wonder's "classic period" and the hit album by DEVO titled "Freedom Of Choice/ Whip It." He has played a major role in bringing synthesizers to the forefront of popular music and went on to create a Hollywood icon production studio mixing the biggest blockbuster films into immersive surround sound.

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Margouleff's first film, "CIAO! MANHATTAN" has become an iconic piece of pop culture. Margouleff also recently completed work on audio mixing and recordings for the animated film, "TOO LATE". Get an insight into the life of Andy Warhol's first superstar Eddie Sedgwick which just won several awards at Across The Globe Film Festival.

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In 2004, Margouleff founded Mi Casa Multimedia, which provided award-winning audio post services to the entertainment industry. The studio was a pioneer in the preparation of theatrical motion pictures for 5.1 and 7.1 surround projects for DVD, Blu-ray and streaming formats, receiving multiple honors and awards for their work.

Margouleff found a niche in the Hollywood film industry given his many years as a producer, synthesist, and sound designer. Mi Casa Multimedia went on to mix & master audio in surround for hit features such as The Lord of The Rings trilogy, X-Men, Sound Of Music, and the restoration of the early James Bond 007 film catalogue.

By utilizing and renovating Bela Lugosi's home in the Hollywood hills, Margouleff was able to craft 3 custom studios with help of WSDG into a powerhouse of audio production heard around the world as a gold-standard for quality in film and television audio.

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