Neal H. Pogue is a Grammy award-winning producer, engineer, and mixer from Roselle, New Jersey. He began his career in Los Angeles in the 80’s as an aspiring musician. One day while looking for opportunities to join touring acts as a drummer, he decided to enroll as an audio engineering student at Sound Master Recording. Throughout his course, Pogue became proficient at recording multi-track demos of his own performances. Upon graduation, he caught the attention of Michael Jackson’s brother, Randy, who hired him as an engineer at his own studio. Neal soon took a position at the famed Larrabee studios, then moved to Atlanta in the early 90's to work at Soundscape. With business partner Walter McKennie, he launched his own production company, Fulton Yard Unlimited. His audio career took off in 1993 when he began to work on 'Southernplayalisticadillacmusik', the debut album by Outkast. The following year, he helped track and mix TLC's wildly successful album 'CrazySexyCool', firmly establishing himself within the industry. To date, Neal has put his own unique touch on numerous records by high-calibre artists including Pink, Nelly Furtado, Common, Stevie Wonder, Lil Wayne, Janelle Monae, and Earth, Wind & Fire.