Robert Margouleff has joined WSDG as West Coast-based Project Engineer.
Los Angeles, CA (January 17, 2014)—Robert Margouleff, the Grammy-winning engineer, producer and studio owner who has worked with artists including Stevie Wonder, The Doobie Brothers and Quincy Jones, has joined the Walters-Storyk Design Group as a Project Engineer. In his new role, Margouleff will be involved in all aspects of WSDG’s west coast projects, consulting with new clients on details ranging from site selection to design, construction, technology, acoustic treatments and systems integration.

Margouleff brings 40-plus years ofexperience to his new role with the architectural acoustics/ technology integration design firm. Beyond his long-time collaboration with Stevie Wonder, capped by a Best Engineered Album Grammy for Innervisions (shared with Malcolm Cecil,) Margouleff’s producer/ engineer credits include work with Devo, Billy Preston, Depeche Mode, Jeff Beck, The Doobie Brothers, Quincy Jones, and more. After building his Hollywood-based Mi Casa Multimedia Studios, Margouleff became a leader in surround audio for home theater, and provided 5.1 and 7.1 mixing and mastering for DVD and Blu-ray releases and restorations for such films as: The Sound Of Music, six James Bond features, Rush Hour and the complete Lord Of The Rings cycle.

“We began expanding our West Coast presence last March with the addition of Bob Skye as SF-based rep/project engineer,” company Co-Founder John Storyk said. “Robert Margouleff’s accomplishments and skills are impossible to match, plus, he has maintained an incredible level of enthusiasm for the process.”

Walters-Storyk Design Group