â€” Wavesâ€™ critically acclaimed plug-ins allow remote recording specialists Music Mix Mobile to keep the workflow moving every time â€”
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, February 8, 2010 â€” The 52nd Annual GRAMMYÂ® Awards, broadcast live from L.A.â€™s Staples Center in 5.1 audio on CBS-TV on the evening of January 31, 2010, once again earned its reputation as â€œMusicâ€™s Biggest NightÂ®,â€? as the yearâ€™s hitmakers sang their biggest songs and shared the stage with music legends for several once-in-a-lifetime collaborations. Creating a consistent sonic context for such a wide range of performers was the challenge faced by Music Mix Mobile, a New Jersey/California-based remote facilities company combining the talents of award-winning production professionals and state-of-the-art audio solutions. The Music Mix Mobile team includes industry veterans John Harris, Jay Vicari, Joel Singer, Mitch Maketansky and newly added West Coast-based partners Bob Wartinbee and Mark Linett. In the companyâ€™s dual M3 trucks (now known as â€œM3â€? and â€œM3 Westâ€?), the GRAMMY Award Show Broadcast Music Mixers John Harris and Eric Schilling, along with Music Mix Mobile Engineer-in-Charge Joel Singer, were on site to ensure the audio would be of the highest quality. For this prestigious event, they relied on plug-ins from Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing solutions.
The team responsible for the audio at this yearâ€™s GRAMMYs once again included a whoâ€™s who of broadcast audio. The broadcast music mix was handled by Harris and Schilling and was supervised by Hank Neuberger, a noted member of The Recording AcademyÂ® Producers & Engineers WingÂ® while ATK/Audiotek provided the sound system with FOH (front-of-house) Engineers Ron Reaves and Mikael Stewart. more