#1
Who is your favorite producer?

My favorites are George Martin who worked with The Beatles and Jimmy Page who of course produced the Led Zeppelin albums.

Cheers.

I will make a poll with the most popular ones later.
By the way, please name some artists the producer have worked with.
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#2
Steven Wilson - Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, No Man, Opeth, Orphaned Land (biggest names).
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#4
Rick Rubin- Public Enemy, RHCP, Audioslave and the south park album.
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#5
Rick Ruben, who worked with Pearl Jam, Rage Against the Machine, Soundgarden and a ton of other good bands.
#6
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Rick Ruben, who worked with Pearl Jam, Rage Against the Machine, Soundgarden and a ton of other good bands.


damn forgot all those
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#7
Phil Spector
Brian Wilson
George Young
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#13
Martin Hannett I think his name is. He found a true match when he produced all the Joy Division material in the late 70s early 80s.

No one producer has ever captured a bands sound and message so clearly.
#14
Jimmy Page, George Young, Mutt Lange.
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#15
I would have to go with Steve Wilson (Porcupine Tree, Opeth, etc)

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#16
Fleming Rasmussen anyone?
Bob Rock's good too
Bristol Rovers

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#17
Rick Rubin, don't forget he's working on Metallica's new album.
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#21
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Rick Ruben, who worked with Pearl Jam, Rage Against the Machine, Soundgarden and a ton of other good bands.

We'll see how good he is once the new Metallica album is out.
#22
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adam whateverhisnameis from killswitch engage

Adam Dutkiewicz, hell YES.
The man who shaped metalcore, I mean, seriously:
* The Acacia Strain - ... And Life is Very Long, 3750, The Dead Walk
* Aftershock, - Through the Looking Glass
* The Agony Scene - The Agony Scene
* All That Remains - This Darkened Heart, The Fall of Ideals
* Arma Angelus - Where Sleeplessness is Rest From Nightmares
* As I Lay Dying - An Ocean Between Us
* August Burns Red - Thrill Seeker
* Burn Your Wishes - Burn Your Wishes Split w/ The Awards
* Caliban - The Awakening
* Cannae - Horror
* Every Time I Die - Last Night In Town
* From Autumn to Ashes - Too Bad You're Beautiful
* He Is Legend - I Am Hollywood
* Johnny Truant - In The Library Of Horrific Events
* Killswitch Engage - Killswitch Engage, Alive or Just Breathing, The End of Heartache, As Daylight Dies
* Mychildren Mybride - Unbreakable
* Norma Jean - Bless the Martyr and Kiss the Child
* Parkway Drive - Killing with a Smile, Horizons
* Shadows Fall - Somber Eyes to the Sky
* Underoath - Define the Great Line, Lost in the Sound of Separation
* Unearth - The Stings of Conscience, Endless, The Oncoming Storm, The March

Not a bad album among them, and several INCREDIBLE albums.

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#23
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Steven Wilson - Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, No Man, Opeth, Orphaned Land (biggest names).



this

and Julius "Juice" Butty who worked with protest the hero on fortress and kezia, aswell as working with alexisonfire and city and colour
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#25
Eddie Kramer?

Worked with "Led Zeppelin, Triumph, Kiss (and solo Ace Frehley), Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Peter Frampton, Curtis Mayfield, Santana, Anthrax, Carly Simon, LOUDNESS and Robin Trower" (wikipedia)
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#26
Dr. Dre
Steve Wilson
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#27
oh timbaland too.


poor cornell.
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#30
Rick Rubin.
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#32
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Eddie Kramer?

Worked with "Led Zeppelin, Triumph, Kiss (and solo Ace Frehley), Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Peter Frampton, Curtis Mayfield, Santana, Anthrax, Carly Simon, LOUDNESS and Robin Trower" (wikipedia)


This. And Jimmy Page for producing some awesome Zep-albums.
#33
Why has no one said Martin Birch yet?

Has has worked with Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath.
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#34
I don't like Rick Rubin. His production style is too textbook, not enough feeling or doing what's right for that band or that song.