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Since 1991, What's Real Unlimited has specialized in all things music and sound in Rochester, New York. Reasonable rates. Services include studio/live multitrack and 2 channel binaural recording, all types of sound mixing, tape restoration, record producing and songwriting. What's Real Unlimited is also an independent label that features over 14 titles by rock recording artist, Matthew D. Guarnere, also known as "M.D.G." Guarnere also serves as What's Real Unlimited's Chief Engineer. What's Real Unlimited's clients include: AALY Trio, Barry Altschul, American Acid, Amphion Monitors, Animatus Studio, Luann Arena, Artisan Works, Asylum Street Spankers, Audiodrome, Aural Gratification, Autumdivers, Billy Bang, Bausch & Lomb, George Bellas, Gregg Bendian, Annika Bentley, Blackdog Recording Studios, Black Olive, Bohola, Bop Shop Records, Ron Brancato, Willem Breuker Kollektiv, Lindsey Buckingham, John Butcher, Cadence Jazz Records, John Campbell, Cambell Brothers, Dr. Eugene Chadbourne, Chaos Matrix, Paul Chapman, Cherry Gun, Ellen Christi Quartet, Clean Feed Records, DKV Trio, Carlo Actis Dato, Derelict Brew, Bobby DiBaudo, Dinner Dogs, Geoff Downes, Duke Galaxy & The Pipeliners, Dominic Duvall, The End Of The Line Film Soundtrack, Little Johnny England, Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Fairport Convention, 5 Head, Scott Fields, Joe Fonda, Andre Foxxe, Derek Frigo, Mike Gallagher, Garage Pop Records, Tommy Gravino, Green Lantern, John Guenther, Gunter Hampel, Mark Helias, Hi-Risers, Allan Holdsworth, irthlings, Joenz, Bill Kirchen, Andy Laster, Liqwid, Mahavishnu Project, Joe Maneri, Sabir Mateen, Joe McPhee, Media Center Production Company, Mendon Presbyterian Church Gospel Choir, Milestones Music Room, Paul Morabito, David Murray, Jo Nardolillo, Nazareth College Concert Choir, New York Football Giants, Dave North Trio, William Nowik, Nu Band, Paul Vincent Nunes, Jay J. Palermo, Parataxis Project, Gregory Paul Group, Pompous Pilate, Ethan Porter, Bobby Previte, Rob Reddy & Quttah, Reggae Outkasters, Happy Rhodes, Rochester Music Coalition, Justin Roeland, Roswell Rudd, S.O.L. Productions, Lisa St. Ann, Jennifer Saunders, Frank Scheidt Audio Productions, George Sessum, Shrapnel Records, Oksana Skidan, Jack Edward Smith, Paul Smoker, Sphere Sound Records, Michael Staertow, Michael Jeffery Stevens, Strawbs, Kasim Sulton, Eric The Taylor, John Tchicai, Test, Gregory Townson, Trio X, Thunder Gods, Two Siberians, Uppercutt Design, Ken Vandermark 5, Mike Varney, The Veins, Victim Of Changes, Vintage, Debbie Voltura, WCMF, WITR, Wales Road, David White, Mark Whitecage, Bill Welch Band, A.D. Zimmer. M.D.G.'s most influential artists include Aviary, The Beatles, Jeff Beck, Terry Bozzio, David Bowie, Bill Bruford, Black Sabbath, Kate Bush, Cheap Trick, Vinny Colaiuta, Alice Cooper, Deep Purple, Electric Light Orchestra, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Filter, The Fixx, Peter Gabriel, Genesis, Grand Funk Railroad, Guess Who, Peter Hammill, Allan Holdsworth, Iron Maiden, Eddie Jobson, Journey, Judas Priest, Kansas, Nik Kershaw, King Crimson, Kinks, Kiss, Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, Joni Mitchell, Ozzy Osbourne, Allan Parsons Project, Queen, Todd Rundgren, Rush, Saga, Smashing Pumpkins, Steve Smith, Sweet, Synergy/Larry Fast, Pat Travers, The Tubes, U.K., Utopia, Van Halen, The Who, Yes and Frank Zappa. M.D.G.'s most influential vocalists include Phill Collins, Brian Connolly, Burton Cummings, Lisa Dalbello, Mark Farner, Lou Gramm, Daryl Hall, Geddy Lee, John Lennon, Brad Love, Paul McCartney, Freddie Mercury, Olivia Newton-John, Paul Stanley, Gino Vanelli, Steve Walsh, Stevie Wonder and Robin Zander. M.D.G.'s most influential engineers and producers include Roy Thomas Baker, Bill Botrell, Jon Brion, Terry Brown, Mike Chapman, Bob Clearmountain, Geoff Emerick, Brian Eno, Bob Ezrin, Humberto Gatica, Mick Gazauski, Kevin Gilbert, Rupert Hine, Trevor Horn, Daniel Lanois, Bob Ludwig, Jeff Lynne, Reinhold Mack, George Martin, Peter McGrath, Keith Olsen, Hugh Padgham, Nile Rogers, Mike Stone and Butch Vig.