Tune in today on Business Rockstars for a fascinating interview with host Ken Rutkowski and Grammy winner Robert Margouleff.
The founder of Mi Casa Multimedia, Margouleff is best known for his five years as recording engineer, synthesist and co-producer on Stevie Wonder’s most legendary albums. In 1973, Margouleff won a Grammy for his recording of Innervisions.
He went on to produce or engineer albums by such hit artists as Devo, Wilson Pickett, Jeff Beck, Oingo Boingo, David Sanborn and Depeche Mode, who sought him out for his unique approach to sound and his depth of experience using synthesizers.
But before the music, Margouleff actually started out in film. As a young man just back from his Army service working as a cinematographer, he co-produced and shot for the cult classic movie Ciao! Manhattan, which chronicled the fall of Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol’s first Superstar.
With the advent of DVD, Margouleff returned to the motion picture industry with an innovative concept and a new studio.