AES Los Angeles 2014 Presenter or Author

Doug Sax

Doug Sax

Primary Affiliation: The Mastering Lab - Ojai, CA, USA

In his long career as CEO and mastering engineer of The Mastering Lab, Doug Sax has worked with some of the biggest and most diverse talents in the music business, including The Who, Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Kenny Rogers, Barbra Streisand, Neil Diamond, Earth, Wind and Fire, Anita Baker, The Rolling Stones, Al Jarreau, Bette Midler, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Willie Nelson, Peter Frampton, Natalie Cole, Ray Charles, Bonnie Rait, Lyle Lovett, Rod Stewart, and Jellyfish.

In 2002, Doug received a TEC (Technical Excellence and Creativity) Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement for his work on Diana Krall's The Look Of Love in the Best Record Production/Album category. That album also won a Grammy for Best Engineered Album the same year. Doug was also nominated for a Grammy in the Album Of The Year category at the 2002 Grammys for his work on the Dixie Chicks Home album.

Doug also co-founded the Sheffield Lab record label, which pioneered direct-to-disc recordings, further establishing an audiophile market and awareness worldwide. That awareness earned Sax a prestigious Lifetime Honorary Membership in AES (Audio Engineering Society). And as part of the 2003 Grammy Award Ceremony, Doug was recognized by NARAS for his technical achievements in audio with a Technical Achievement Grammy.

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Session List

Oct 12: W7: 21st Century Vinyl (Panelist)

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