Full Sail Grads Worked Among Grammy Nominated Projects

One hundred graduates of Full Sail Real World Education's entertainment technology and media production college are credited on 71 projects nominated to receive one of the 47th Annual Grammy Awards.
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One hundred graduates of Full Sail Real World Education's entertainment technology and media production college are credited on 71 projects nominated to receive one of the 47th Annual Grammy Awards.

Over the past 11 years, Full Sail alumni have won eight Grammy Awards and have been part of the teams responsible for albums nominated for the Album of the Year award, including Santana's Supernatural, Norah Jones' Come Away With Me and Outkast's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below.

This year, three Full Sail graduates are among the engineers nominated for an award, including:

Record of the Year: Mark Vinten, engineer for Usher’s "Yeah!"

Album of the Year: Phil Tan, Mark Vinten and Vincent DiLorenzo, engineers for Usher’s Confessions; Vincent DiLorenzo, engineer for Alicia Key’s The Diary of Alicia Keys

Jay Noble, Full Sail's alumni representative says, "A record number of our grads worked on nominated projects, and it's amazing to think that our students are now working in almost every."

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