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March 6, 2022 13 min

In this podcast episode, we will be featuring the life and career of David Thoener, who is our legendary recording studio engineer in the spotlight at The Recording Session Vault educational website project. Since 1973, David Thoener has been a legendary recording studio engineer. He has almost 600 career album credits to his name. His credits include: AC/DC, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Brooks and Dunn, Cher, Dan Hill, The Hooters, The J. Geils Band, Jaguares, Jason Mraz, John Cougar Mellencamp, John Waite, Matchbox Twenty, Meat Loaf, Michael Bolton, Miyuki Nakajima, Ricardo Arjona, Rob Thomas, Roseanne Cash, Santana, Wheatus and Willie Nelson, and this is just a small sampling of his incomparable discography. He has won three Grammy-Awards for his engineering work. Though his work needs no introduction, let me introduce you to the life and career of my friend and a true recording studio legend, David Thoener.

At The Recording Session Vault educational website project we would like to take a moment to thank David Thoener for his time, energy and assistance with the production of our podcast series. And, we would also like to take a moment to thank Brent Barker for allowing us to have the permission to use selections from his phenomenal song, "Horizon," in our podcast episode series. For more information about Brent Barker and his amazing music, you can check-out his website at And, for more information-- including articles, playlists and photo galleries which detail the amazing life and career of David Thoener, our legendary recording studio engineer in the spotlight at The Recording Session Vault educational website project, please come and visit our website at You can connect with us on social media at Instagram and Facebook, and find our podcast series on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Spotify or YouTube. It is our hope that you will have a wonderful day. 





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