Wireworld Studio in Nashville, TN, US BeliEVEs in SC407
From the time he bought his first guitar in 1962, Michael Wagener had begun a musical journey that has
propelled him to the top of the hard rock and heavy metal scene with more than 94 million album sales
worldwide as a producer/engineer.
Michael was first introduced to the music business in 1972, working for a company designing and manufacturing
studio and stage equipment. He parlayed this experience into building a 16-track studio and began honing
his recording and mixing skills.
Major label success came in the 1980's, when Michael had the opportunity to work on Dokken's "Under Lock And Key",
which sold over two million units. In short order, calls came in to mix records for a slew of industry stars,
including Poison ("Look What The Cat Dragged In"), Metallica ("Master Of Puppets") and Megadeth ("So Far, So
Good... So What"). The parade continued throughout the 90's, during which time he worked with Janet Jackson,
Alice Cooper, Queen, Ozzy Osbourne and a host of top tier artists.
While working on the Accept album "Predator" in 1995, Michael fell in love with Nashville, where the album
was being recorded, and shortly thereafter built
a fully digital facility where he has been based ever since. WireWorld Studio continues to be a bustling hub
of work for Michael, who works with many of the latest bands and artists, as well as those we all know and love.
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monitors for his studio.