Mark Taylor (music producer)
Mark Taylor is a British record producer and songwriter. He has worked with artists such as Tina Turner, Lady Gaga, Nelly Furtado, Lionel Richie, Hall & Oates, Cher, Rod Stewart, Belinda Carlisle, Daniel Bedingfield, Ronan Keating, Enrique Iglesias, Britney Spears, James Morrison, Kylie Minogue, Jennifer Lopez. Taylor worked on Cher's 1998 album Believe, with whom he won a Grammy for its title track. The album went on to sell over 12 million copies worldwide. The song Believe featured an early example of the vocal effect Auto tune.
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