Though Mitch Gallagher is perhaps best known as a music technology writer and recording engineer/producer, he is equally skilled as a musician and composer. He began singing in a choir and playing trombone at age 10. He picked up the guitar at 15, and immediately formed his first band. Countless gigs around the upper Midwest as a lead guitarist and vocalist followed. He graduated from Moorhead State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music, and pursued Master’s studies in music composition and classical guitar at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. The eclectic music he has written ranges from rock to classical, fusion to “academic” electronic music, film score to solo guitar, and ethnic to new age.