- Magoo is the professional name of Lachlan Goold, a multi award-winning Australian music producer based in Brisbane, Australia
Magoo (Australian producer) facts
- After working briefly in mechanical engineering, Magoo began in music as a live sound engineer, touring nationally before producing seasoned local Brisbane bands, the Dreamkillers and Pangaea in the early 1990s
- By the mid-1990s Magoo had recorded music by Powderfinger, as well as two EPs by Regurgitator
- He rose to prominence with his production work of the Regurgitator debut full-length album "Tu-plang", which also earned him his first ARIA award nominations in 1996
- In the late 1990s, Magoo was engaged to produce or engineer for a number of high-profile acts such as Midnight Oil and Skunkhour
- In 1998, Magoo won the ARIA awards for both production and engineering, the former for his work on the Regurgitator album "Unit", and the latter as a collective award for his work with Midnight Oil, Regurgitator and Skunkhour
- He also produced records for Custard' "Loverama", and ARIA nominated artists, Not From There, Jebediah, and Shihad; as well as records for Australian artists: Front End Loader, Happyland, Screamfeeder, Sekiden, Isis, Dave McCormack and the Polaroids, the Boat People, gota cola, and Broken Head
- From 2002 to 2010, Magoo established his own recording facility, "Black Box Recording" with Brisbane producer/engineer Jeff Lovejoy, continuing to work with classic Australian acts, such as: Regurgitator, Spiderbait, Gerling and Renee Geyer, End of Fashion, Dan Kelly and the Alpha Males, and Butterfingers
- From August 31 to September 21, 2004, Magoo was part of a recording experiment conceived by Paul Curtis and Regurgitator in Federation Square, Melbourne
- Referred to as, "Band in A Bubble' the project was a televised event on Channel V and captured the recording process for 24 hours per day, 21 day continuously
- Between 2007 to 2014, Magoo co-owned Applewood Lane –– a boutique recording retreat, West of Brisbane, which was set in a converted church
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