Daniel Shores: 2020 GRAMMY Award Nominee & Legacy User
Posted November 2019
Daniel Shores is the 2020 GRAMMY Award Nominee for Best Engineered Album, Classical. Daniel is both the engineer and mastering engineer at Sono Luminus, where he utilizes Legacy Audio speakers for their releases, including the 2020 GRAMMY nominated album Aequa.
The two channel and surround sound mixing and mastering system is based around the Legacy Audio Focus SE stereo speakers. The Legacy Marquis center channel, Studio HD surround speakers, and Xtreme XDsubwoofer round out their surround system, which they utilize for creating mixes for both standard and high resolution releases.
As the demand for high resolution audio continues to increase, Legacy Audio is proud to produce speakers, amplifiers and electronics for artists, engineers and consumers alike, to fully realize the potential of their music. We congratulate Mr. Shores on another successful year and deserved recognition from the GRAMMY Academy and engineering peers for his contributions to these quality recordings we all get to enjoy.
Learn more about Daniel and Sono Luminus, here.
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