Tom Coyne

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Taylor Swift

1989

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Lady Gaga

Joanne

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Sam Smith

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Adele

21

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Mark Ronson

Uptown Special

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Keith Urban

Ripcord

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Ariana Grande

Dangerous Woman

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The Weeknd

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Goo Goo Dolls

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Original Broadway Cast Recording

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7 Years

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Adele

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Justin Bieber

Purpose

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Amy Winehouse

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Maxwell

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Purpose

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Britney Spears

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D'Angelo

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Destiny's Child

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Me'Shell Ndegéocello

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A Tribe Called Quest

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Sade

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Tom Coyne — Biography

Tom Coyne

Congratulations to Tom Coyne on winning a Grammy for mastering the 2012 Album of the Year “21” by Adele!

Tom Coyne dominated mastering for Dance and R&B throughout the 1980s and continues to build his reputation as one of the foremost R&B and Pop mastering engineers today.

In 1989 Tom moved to the Hit Factory. It was there that he established himself as a Hip-Hop and R&B expert at a time when those genres were enjoying explosive sales. He quickly rose through the mastering ranks and began to earn a reputation around town for knowing how to get the best sound onto a record’s grooves.

In 1994 Tom Coyne moved to Sterling Sound to spearhead its expansion into R&B/Hip-Hop/Urban Music. In early 1998 Tom, along with colleagues Ted Jensen, Greg Calbi and Murat Aktar, bought Sterling Sound from its founder, Lee Hulko.

A few of his credits include Adele, Pink, Beyonce, Usher, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, A Tribe Called Quest, Destiny’s Child, Jordan Sparks, Elliot Yamin, Wonder Girls and Laura Izibor.

 

 

Tom Coyne dominated mastering for Dance and R&B throughout the 1980s and continues to build his reputation as one of the foremost R&B and Pop mastering engineers today.

In 1989 Tom Coyne moved to the Hit Factory. It was there that he established himself as a Hip-Hop and R&B expert at a time when those genres were enjoying explosive sales. He quickly rose through the mastering ranks and began to earn a reputation around town for knowing how to get the best sound onto a record’s grooves.

In 1994 Tom moved to Sterling Sound to spearhead its expansion into R&B/Hip-Hop/Urban Music. In early 1998 Tom, along with colleagues Ted Jensen, Greg Calbi and Murat Aktar, bought Sterling Sound from its founder, Lee Hulko.

A few of his credits include Adele, Pink, Beyonce, Usher, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, A Tribe Called Quest, Destiny’s Child, Jordan Sparks, Elliot Yamin, Wonder Girls and Laura Izibor.

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