Grammy Telecast Highlights Tech

The technical staff for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards telecast employed the latest in HDTV and 5.1 technology to deliver “Music's Biggest Night” to millions of viewers.
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At the Grammys: (l-r, top row) Toby Scott, Bruce Springsteen engineer; Hank Neuberger, Grammy Award telecast sound supervisor; John Harris, co-broadcast music mixer; Glenn Lorbecki, Recording Academy secretary/treasurer; Bob Clearmountain, Bruce Springsteen engineer; (bottom row) Eric Schilling, co-broadcast music mixer; Leslie Ann Jones and Phil Ramone, Grammy Award telecast sound supervisors; and Maureen Droney, P&E Wing senior executive director.
Santa Monica, CA (February 17, 2012)—The technical staff for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards telecast employed the latest in HDTV and 5.1 technology to deliver “Music's Biggest Night” to millions of viewers.

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Held on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the 54th Annual Grammy Awards showcased musical performances and tributes and utilized the latest in technology to provide television viewers worldwide with a high-definition/5.1 surround sound event.

Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing members Phil Ramone and Hank Neuberger again supervised the broadcast audio, while fellow P&E Wing member Leslie Ann Jones supervised the house audio.

Established in 1957, The Recording Academy is an organization of musicians, producers, engineers and recording professionals that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of life for music and its makers.

Currently more than 6,000 professionals comprise The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing, which was established for producers, engineers, remixers, manufacturers, technologists, and other related creative and technical professionals in the recording field.

The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing
www.producersandengineers.com