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Bernie Grundman Mastering Nabs 32 Grammy Nods

A total of 32 projects nominated for 2015 Grammy Awards were mastered at Bernie Grundman's in Hollywood.

Engineering Team Worked With Wide Variety of Contenders

Pictured (L-R) at Bernie Grundman’s are mastering engineers Brian “Big Bass” Gardner, Paul Grundman, Chris Bellman, Mike Bozzi, Patricia Sullivan, Bernie Grundman, Beno May (Technical Director) and Scott Sedillo. (not pictured, Joe Bozzi)  Photo by David Goggin.

A total of 32 projects nominated for 2015 Grammy Awards were mastered at Bernie Grundman’s in Hollywood. The team of mastering engineers is comprised of Chris Bellman, Joe & Mike Bozzi, Brian “Big Bass” Gardner, Paul and Bernie Grundman, Scott Sedillo, and Patricia Sullivan.  Technical director Beno May with Scott Sedillo are responsible for designing and maintaining the six mastering suites and the company’s custom consoles built in-house with all discrete electronics.

Categories of 2015 Grammy-nominated projects mastered at Bernie Grundman’s include Best Rock Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, Best Rap Song, Best Rap Album, Best Improvised Jazz Solo, Best Jazz Vocal Album, Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song, Best Latin Pop Album, Best American Roots Performance, Best World Music Album, Best Comedy Album, Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media, Best Song Written for Visual Media, Best Instrumental Composition, Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals, Best Engineered Album, non-Classical, Best Remixed Recording, non-Classical.

The name Bernie Grundman is synonymous with Mastering.  His world-renowned facilities, responsible for a consistently large percentage of chart recordings, were launched in 1984, following Grundman’s 15-year tenure with A&M Studios.  In 1997, Grundman opened his Tokyo mastering studios and in 1998 relocated to expanded facilities in Hollywood.

Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood operates six studios, including a 5.1 mastering room.  All processing devices can be completely bypassed, resulting in sonic quality that is unsurpassed in the mastering industry.  Virtually all digital and analog formats are accepted for mastering, with the facility providing high quality disk masters, and sub-masters for CD.  Grundman’s custom consoles are built in-house with all discrete electronics. The studios are crisp and functional with a gallery atmosphere featuring paintings by internationally known artist Claire Chene.

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