Johnny K

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John Karkazis,[1] better known as Johnny K, (born in Chicago, Illinois) is a Grammy Award nominated producer/engineer/mixer/musician and songwriter. He owns Groovemaster Recording Studios in Chicago. In addition to the studios, his 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2) music complex includes views of the Chicago sky line, a gymnasium, rehearsal rooms, and pre-production rooms.[1]

Album credits[edit]

Album Band Credits
Nonpoint Nonpoint Produced, engineered and mixed
Staind Staind Produced, engineered and mixed
Cold Day Memory Sevendust Produced and engineered
The Sickness Disturbed Produced and engineered
Believe Disturbed Produced and engineered
Ten Thousand Fists Disturbed Produced and engineered
Seventeen Days 3 Doors Down Produced and engineered
3 Doors Down 3 Doors Down Produced and engineered
Tweaked Enuff Z'Nuff Engineered
Peach Fuzz Enuff Z'Nuff Mixed and Engineered
Seven Enuff Z'Nuff Engineered
Paraphernalia Enuff Z'Nuff Engineered
10 Enuff Z'Nuff Mixed
Finger Eleven Finger Eleven Produced, engineered and mixed
Them vs. You vs. Me Finger Eleven Produced, engineered and mixed
The Illusion of Progress Staind Produced and engineered
Every Second Counts Plain White T’s Produced, engineered and mixed
Big Bad World Plain White T's Produced and engineered
Light From Above Black Tide Produced, engineered and mixed
Running with Scissors The Orphan Punks Produced, engineered and mixed
Until There's Nothing Left of Us Kill Hannah Produced, engineered and mixed
Desensitized Drowning Pool Produced and engineered
XIII Mushroomhead Produced and engineered
Supercharger Machine Head Produced and engineered
No One No One Produced, engineered and mixed
Music Saves Big Wow Engineered and mixed
Scars Soil Produced and engineered
Redefine Soil Produced and engineered
Picture Perfect Soil Produced
Healing Unloco Produced, engineered and mixed
Adelitas Way Adelitas Way Produced and engineered
No Apologies Trapt
Welcome To The Wasteland Bad City Produced and mixed
War of Angels Pop Evil Produced and mixed
Thirteen Megadeth Produced[2]
Red Lamb Red Lamb Mixed [3]
Super Collider Megadeth Produced

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Jim, DeRogatis (2009-01-29). "Chicago's Grammy-nominated producer Johnny K". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved 2009-07-10. 
  2. ^ "MEGADETH Taps DISTURBED/SEVENDUST Producer For New Album - May 8, 2011". Blabbermouth.net. Blabbermouth.net. Retrieved 17 August 2011. 
  3. ^ http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/former-anthrax-guitarist-s-red-lamb-signs-with-mig-records/

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