Garth Richardson

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Garth Richardson (* around 1960 ), also known as GGGarth , is a Canadian music producer .


Garth Richardson is the son of the music producer Jack Richardson, who died in 2011 . At the age of 15, Garth began working in his father's studio in Toronto . He was involved in the recording of the 1976 album Night Moves by Bob Seger . In the 1980s he worked primarily as a sound engineer and mixer, including at Inside the Electric Circus by WASP (1986), Raise Your Fist and Yell by Alice Cooper (1987), In the Spirit of Things by Kansas (1988) and Mother's Milk from Red Hot Chili Peppers (1989). His break as an independent producer came in 1992 when he recorded the band's debut album Rage Against the Machine .

Together with Bob Ezrin and Kevin Williams, Richardson founded the Nimbus School of Recording Arts .

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