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The nominations have been announced for the 56th Grammys, with lots of exciting news for Sterling! In the categories mastering engineers are eligible to earn trophies, there are seven nominations for the studio. Joe LaPorta is up for record of the year for the indie band Imagine Dragon‘s hit “Radioactive” from their debut album Night Visions. Chris Gehringer is also nominated in the same category for Robin Thicke‘s inescapable summer smash “Blurred Lines.” Tom Coyne has two contenders in the album of year category: Taylor Swift’s Red and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ The Heist. Greg Calbi is nominated in the same category for singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles’ album Blessed Unrest. Ted Jensen is nominated in the best engineered non-classical album category for Alice in Chains’ The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. And lastly, but not leastly, Steve Fallone is nominated for best historical album for Call it Art: New York Art Quartet 1964-1965. Check out the full list of all projects we were worked on that are nominated below!

Sterling Grammy Nominations 2014

Record of the Year

1.      Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive” – Joe LaPorta

2.      Robin Thicke, “Blurred Lines” – Chris Gehringer

Album of the Year

3.      Sara Bareilles, Blessed Unrest – Greg Calbi

4.      Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Heist – Tom Coyne

5.      Taylor Swift, Red – Tom Coyne

Song of the Year

6.      Pink, “Just Give Me A Reason” – Tom Coyne

7.      Katy Perry, “Roar” – Chris Gehringer

8.      Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Same Love” – Tom Coyne

Best New Artist

9.      Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Tom Coyne

Best Pop Solo Performance

10.  Sara Bareilles, “Brave” – Greg Calbi

11.  Katy Perry, “Roar” – Chris Gehringer

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

12.  Pink, “Just Give Me A Reason” – Tom Coyne

13.  Robin Thicke, “Blurred Lines” – Chris Gehringer

14.  Rihanna, “Stay” – Chris Gehringer

Best Pop Vocal Album

15.  Robin Thicke, Blurred Lines – Chris Gehringer

Best Dance Recording

16.  Armin van Buuren, “This Is What It Feels Like” – Joe LaPorta

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

17.  Michael Bublé, To Be Loved – Ted Jensen

Best Rock Performance

18.  Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive” – Joe LaPorta

Best Metal Performance

19.  Dream Theater, “The Enemy Inside” – Ted Jensen

Best Rock Song

20.  Gary Clark Jr., “Ain’t Messin ‘Round” – Ted Jensen

21.  Matt Bellamy (Muse), “Panic Station” – Ted Jensen

22.  Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Krist Novoselic & Pat Smear, “Cut Me Some Slack” – Joe LaPorta

Best Rock Album

23.  Kings of Leon, Mechanical Bull – Ted Jensen

Best Alternative Music Album

24.  The National, Trouble Will Find Me – Greg Calbi

25.  Tame Impala, Lonerism – Greg Calbi

26.  Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires of the City – Joe LaPorta

Best R&B Performance

27.  Miguel feat. Kendrick Lamar, “How Many Drinks” – Tom Coyne

Best Traditional R&B Performance

28.  Gary Clark Jr., “Please Come Home” – Ted Jensen

29.  Ryan Shaw, “Yesterday” – Ted Jensen

Best Urban Contemporary Album

30.  Rihanna, Unapologetic – Chris Gehringer

31.  Salaam Remi, One: In The Chamber – Tom Coyne

32.  Mack Wilds, New York: A Love Story – Tom Coyne

33.  Chrisette Michele, Better – Chris Gehringer

Best Rap Performance

34.  Jay Z, “Tom Ford” – Chris Gehringer

35.  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Thrift Shop” – Tom Coyne

36.  Drake, “Started From The Bottom” – Chris Gehringer

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration

37.  Jay Z, “Part II (On the Run)” – Chris Gehringer

38.  Jay Z, “Holy Grail” – Chris Gehringer

39.  Wiz Khalifa feat. The Weeknd, “Remember You” – Chris Gehringer

Best Rap Song

40.  ASAP Rocky, “F***in’ Problems” – Tom Coyne

41.  Jay-Z, “Holy Grail” – Chris Gehringer

42.  Drake, “Started From The Bottom” – Chris Gehringer

43.  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Thrift Shop” – Tom Coyne

Best Rap Album

44.  Jay Z, Magna Carta … Holy Grail – Chris Gehringer

45.  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Heist – Tom Coyne

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

46.  Kelly Clarkson, “Don’t Rush” – Chris Gehringer

47.  Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, “Highway Don’t Care” – Ted Jensen

Best Country Song

48.  Taylor Swift, “Begin Again” – Tom Coyne

Best Country Album

49.  Taylor Swift, Red – Tom Coyne

50.  Tim McGraw, Two Lanes of Freedom – Ted Jensen

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

51.  Kenny Garrett, Pushing The World Away – Greg Calbi

Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance

52.  Natalie Grant, Hurricane – Tom Coyne

53.  Madisa, Overcomer – Tom Coyne

Best Gospel Song

54.  Deitrick Haddon, “Have Your Way” – Tom Coyne

Best Contemporary Christian Music Song

55.  Natalie Grant, “Hurricane” – Tom Coyne

56.  Mandisa, “Overcomer” – Tom Coyne

57.  Tobymac, “Speak Life” – Tom Coyne

58.  Chris Tomlin, “Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)” – Ted Jensen

Best Gospel Album

59.  Bishop Paul S. Morton, Best Days Yet – Will Quinnell

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

60.  Mandisa, Overcomer – Tom Coyne

61.  Chris Tomlin, Burning Lights – Ted Jensen

Best Latin Pop Album

62.  Frankie J, Faith, Hope Y Amor – Tom Coyne

Best Tropical Latin Album

63.  Marc Anthony, 3.0 – Tom Coyne

64.  Sergio George Presents Salsa Giants – Tom Coyne

65.  Carlos Vives, Corazon Profundo – Tom Coyne

Best Reggae Album

66.  Snoop Lion, Reincarnated – Chris Gehringer

Best World Music Album

67.  Gipsy Kings, Savor Flamenco – Greg Calbi

Best Musical Theater Album

68.  Kinky Boots – Ryan Smith

69.  Motown the Musical – Seth Foster

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

70.  Sound City: Real to Reel – Joe LaPorta

Best Song Written For Visual Media

71.  Adele, “Skyfall” – Tom Coyne

Best Recording Package

72.  Jay Z, Magna Carta … Holy Grail – Chris Gehringer

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package

73.  Mayer Hawthorne, How Do You Do (Limited Edition Box Set) – Chris Gehringer

Best Historical Album

74.  Call it Art: New York Art Quartet 1964-1965 – Steve Fallone

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

75.  Alice In Chains, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here – Ted Jensen

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