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Auralex® Congratulates Artist Endorsers on GRAMMY® Nominations

Indianapolis, IN, February 7, 2017 – Auralex® Acoustics, Inc., the world’s leading brand of acoustical treatments, and celebrating its 40th anniversary, is congratulating several longtime members from its roster of artist-endorsers on nominations in the upcoming GRAMMY® Awards, taking place Sunday, February 12, 2017, and airing live on the CBS Television Network at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Among the several Auralex artists nominated at the upcoming awards are Ray Luzier, drummer for Korn (nominated for Best Metal Performance for the song “Rotting in Vain” from the album The Serenity of Suffering); Shane Wilson, mixer for All Sons & Daughters’ album Poets and Saints (nominated for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album); Mike Lattanzi, whose Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee studio Lattitude South was the site of Megadeth’s album Dystopia (whose title track is also nominated for Best Metal Performance); and jazz great Peter Erskine, whose album Dr. Um is nominated for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. 

“From our HoverMat™ and HoverDeck™ for drums, to ProPADs™, SubDude™ and GRAMMA™ v2 isolation platforms, ProPanels™, LENRD® bass traps, Studiofoam® and more, Auralex acoustical treatment has played a part in these acclaimed projects,” stated Robb Wenner, Auralex Marketing Manager/Artist Services. “Our products continue to be the choice of top recording professionals nationwide, and we also thank these longtime users for their loyalty and their role in spreading the word about how effective Auralex acoustical treatment can be in turning any room into a world-class recording space. We wish all of these individuals the best of luck on Sunday!”

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Photo Caption 1:  A view of music mixer Shane D. Wilson’s studio, “St. Izzy’s of the East,” featuring acoustical treatment solutions from Auralex® Acoustics.

Photo Caption 2: Lattitude Studio South.