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When you recording engineering talent puts you in position to win a prestigious Grammy from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, you are immediately recognized by those in the industry, as the best of the best.  Such is the case when Clark Hagan, was selected to work with non-other than Chet Atkins, on his album from which a single Jam Man, went on to win a Grammy for  “Best Country Instrumental Performance” 

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Country Music Hall of Fame,
pays respect to Chet Atkins.

This Gibson Chet Atkins GEC Prototype
Part of Atkins’ collaboration with Gibson revolved around his designs for a solid body electric classical guitar. This 1981 nylon-string prototype would become the Gibson Chet Atkins CEC classical electric solid body.Gibson Chet Atkins GEC Prototype.

Part of Atkins’ collaboration with Gibson revolved around his designs for a solid body electric classical guitar. This 1981 nylon-string prototype would become the Gibson Chet Atkins CEC classical electric solid body.

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Clark Hagan is a Grammy award winning Producer/Engineer with a world class resume and a legendary mastery of the recording arts.

After graduating from the University of Colorado at Denver, Clark began to master his craft as a recording engineer while working with the legendary Bill Porter whose credits include artists such as Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, and the Everly Brothers while at RCA from 1959 to 1964. After a short stint at Allen-Martin Productions in Louisville, Kentucky, Clark moved to Nashville where his trusted relationship with Porter provided the opportunity to work with the legendary Chet Atkins.

In his time with Atkins, Clark engineered the Grammy Award Winning record in 1996 for best country instrumental and was nominated again in 1997 for a record with Atkins and Tommy Emmanuel in the same category in which he played guitar on to. Clark’s success with Atkins paid off and subsequently led to work with some of Nashville’s top artists including Ray Stevens, Alison Krauss, Bryan White, and Jeffery Steele amongst others. In the highly competitive world of Nashville Clark continued to build relationships with such producers as Scott Litt, Tony Brown, Kyle Lehning, Billy Joe Walker Jr., Bill Schnee, and James William Guercio while also getting to work out of some elite studios such as Woodland Sound Studios, Quad, Omni, and Masterfonics.

Clark has worked with other such national artists as Kenny Passarelli, Marty Haggard, and Eugene Moles along with Colorado artists such as Dave Preston, Oscar Ross, Wild Angels, Nick O’Connor, and Casey James Prestwood and the Burning Angels to name a few. Clark has also been working with the Caribou Ranch estate on the “Caribou Collection” project with artists Elton John, Billy Joel, and Chicago, and is also refurbished one of the original Caribou Ranch consoles the “Olive”.

Whether it be mixing, tracking, or producing, from rock to country, Clark brings his rich heritage and diverse experience to every project and is always looking for artists who share the same passion. to make great sounding records. Along with doing projects out of Macy Sound Studios, Clark is also an experienced technician and is also knowledgeable and competent tech and audio consultant.  http://clarkhaganproductions.com/

 

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