Lou Giordano

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Lou Giordano (born c. 1957)[1] is a record producer and recording engineer who co-founded Radiobeat Studios[2] He worked at Fort Apache Studios when it was located in Boston[3] and was a partner the production company Prodco, which had close ties with Fort Apache.[4]

Giordano received a degree in electrical engineering from MIT.[5] He was a sound man for Hüsker Dü through 1988[6] and later produced Bob Mould's spin out Sugar.[7]

He has produced a wide variety of bands, including Sunny Day Real Estate and the Goo Goo Dolls.[5]


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