Michael Phillip Wojewoda is a Canadian record producer and musician. He has been nominated for eight Juno Awards and has received one for Recording Engineer of the Year and one for Producer of the Year.
Wojewoda has produced several of the most critically and commercially successful Canadian albums of the 1990s, including Barenaked Ladies' Gordon, Spirit of the West's Faithlift, Ashley MacIsaac's Hi™ How Are You Today? and Rheostatics' Whale Music. Wojewoda won a Juno Award in 1994 for best engineer, in 1995, for best producer and again in 2008 for the Barenaked Ladies' Snacktime!.
His credits include albums for The Waltons, Doughboys, Bourbon Tabernacle Choir, Change of Heart, Fifth Column and Great Big Sea among others.
He replaced Don Kerr as drummer for the Rheostatics in 2001, and remained with the band until their dissolution in 2007.