Top GRAMMY® Awards Go to Pyramix Devotees
The French duo, Daft Punk appeared in customary robot attire to both perform and receive their awards having cleaned up the top awards of Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. The Best Engineered Album Classical had four Pyramix nominations and the David Frost/Tim Martyn/Brian Losch team emerged the winners, which also helped David Frost to triumph in the Producer of the Year, Classical section. Their successful recording of Maria Schneider’s “Winter Morning Walks” also gained the Best Classical Vocal Solo and Best Contemporary Classical Composition accolades. “Roomful of Teeth” won the Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance for Soundmirror’s Mark Donahue and Jesse Lewis which had also been nominated in the Best Engineered Album, Classical category.
Unluckiest man of the evening: Morten Lindberg of 2L who had three separate recordings nominated including two in the Best Engineered Album, Classical section and has now had 17 nominations since 2006. This is a phenomenal tally by any standards. Newly equipped with Horus, Morten has many exciting new recordings that will be eligible for nominations in 2015. It must be his turn to win!
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