Neal 'Harrington' Pogue
mixer I engineer I musician
Neal Pogue may
not play bass but he likes to mix it! Pogue has put his own unique
touch and polish on numerous songs and albums for artists such as
Common, Pink, Nelly Furtado, Stevie Wonder, TLC, Lil Wayne, Janelle
Monae, and Outkast's SpeakerBoxx/The Love Below album, for which
he won a 2004 Grammy Award. But long before he was an integral part
of the success of Outkast's smash hit "Hey Ya!," he was
a drummer just trying to make his way in the logjam of artists and
entertainers known as Los Angeles.
He graduated from Sound Master Recording his career took off. Pogue
caught the attention of Michael Jackson's brother, Randy, who owned
a studio in the area. The King of Pop's sibling took a liking to
Pogue and brought him in, making him the second engineer for the
new album by Jackson's band, Randy and the Gypsys.
Most recently, Pogue has mixed Tyler, The Creator's Flower Boy and
produced and mixed Uncommon Good by Busty and the Bass. He's currently
mixing the debut album from Doja Cat for RCA and Duckwrth's second
mixtape for Republic called Xtra Uugly, and is in the studio producing
The Crystal Method.
H Pogue is distinguished guest of studioexpresso and will be a speaker
at TEC Tracks panel during NAMM
2018 (click on the link for details).
on All Music
copyright 2004 studioexpresso