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Michael Beinhorn is an American musician and record producer.

Beinhorn started his professional career as a musician, playing keyboards in Bill Laswell's Material during the 1980's. He got a chance to work with Herbie Hancock, producing Hancock's Future Shock album, which contained the massive hit single "Rockit" (Billboard #1), regarded one of hip hop's seminal hits.

Looking for a better way to capture low frequencies during the recording process, Beinhorn helped develop the Ultra Analog Recording format. This process utilizes two inch magnetic tape, running at 7.5 inches per sec (21.5 cm. per sec).

Michael Beinhorn has since produced several musicians including The Blizzards, Korn, Marilyn Manson, Soundgarden, Soul Asylum, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hole,The Verve Pipe, Raging Slab, Ozzy Osbourne, Mew, Social Distortion,The Golden Palominos and Black Label Society.

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