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Sun Rings receives Grammy nod for engineering excellence

Congratulations to Kronos’ longtime (and often unsung) collaborators Leslie Ann Jones, Robert C. Ludwig, John Kilgore, and Judith Sherman. They have all been nominated, as well as our artistic director, founder and violinist David Harrington, by the Recording Academy for the Best Engineered Album, Classical, Grammy Award for their engineering, mastering, and mixing work on our most recent Nonesuch Records release Terry Riley: Sun Rings.

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FULL AUDIO PRODUCTION CREDITS

Produced by Judith Sherman

Recorded November 13–15, 2017, at Skywalker Sound, a Lucasfilm Ltd. company, Marin County, California
Leslie Ann Jones, Engineer
Dann Thompson, Assistant Engineer
Jeanne Velonis, Post-production & Editing Assistant
Brian Mohr, Technical Assistant
Sidney Chen, Session Coordinator

Mixed November 30–December 1, 2018, at John Kilgore Sound, New York, New York
Mixed by John Kilgore, Judith Sherman, and David Harrington

Mastered by Robert C. Ludwig, Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, Maine

Sounds of space courtesy of Dr. Donald A. Gurnett, Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Iowa

Recorded sound transformation, David Dvorin

image: Engineer Leslie Ann Jones with assistant engineer Dann Thompson at Skywalker Sound during the Sun Rings recording sessions / credit Lenny Gonzalez
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