Howard, Mark (Producer)
«I had great results working at 'the bank' (Studio 451). The new SSL battleship sailed smooth and sounded great. I think others will be quite impressed with the sound of the rooms and the piano. There are endless possibilities for getting great sounds.»
-Mark Howard, producer
As the engineer of choice in Daniel Lanois' camp, Mark Howard had the opportunity to witness the creation of some of the most striking albums of the last two decades. Howard's engineering talents can be heard on releases from Bob Dylan, U2, and Peter Gabriel--all Lanois productions. After going solo as a producer (his first production gig was on The Tragically Hip's Day for Night in 1994), Howard has worked on a bevy of stunning releases, including Lucinda Williams' World Without Tears, Tom Waits' Real Gone, and Vic Chesnutt's Silver Lake.