Exploring The Production, Non-Classical Field Nominees

Go inside the nominations in the Production Field categories for the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards
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    Dan Auerbach
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    Jeff Bhasker
  • Diplo
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    Salaam Remi
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    Axel Hedfors
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    Photek
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    Eric Prydz
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    Daniel Stephens and Joseph Ray
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    Skrillex
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    Thomas Olsen
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    Moogie Canazio
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    Al Schmitt
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    Glyn Johns
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    Bob Ludwig
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    Richard King
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    Joe Chiccarelli
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    Steve Churchyard
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    Tony Maserati
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    Helik Hadar
February 03, 2013 -- 12:51 am PST
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You've seen the list of nominees, now take a closer look at the artists nominated in the Production, Non-Classical Field for the 55th GRAMMY Annual Awards.

This year's Field includes nominees looking to win their first producer's award, including the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, Jeff Bhasker, Diplo, and Salaam Remi. Returning GRAMMY winners looking to add to their prior GRAMMY wins include Joe Chiccarelli, Markus Dravs, Bernie Grundman, Richard King, Al Schmitt, and Skrillex. First-time nominees include Lars Fox, Graham Hope, Glyn Johns, Thomas Olsen, and Morgan Stratton.

Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical 

Dan Auerbach, El Camino (the Black Keys), Locked Down (Dr. John), "Savage" (Hacienda), Shakedown (Hacienda)

Auerbach is up for six nominations this year, including five as a member of the Black Keys. He has five prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins.

Jeff Bhasker, Some Nights (Fun.)

Bhasker is up for four nominations this year. He has four prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins.

Diplo, "Climax"(Usher), "Get Free" (Major Lazer Featuring Amber Coffman), "La La La" (Snoop Lion), "Lies" (Marina And The Diamonds), "Look At These Hoes" (Santigold), "Push And Shove" (No Doubt Featuring Busy Signal & Major Lazer), "Slight Work" (Wale Featuring Big Sean), "Thought Of You" (Justin Bieber), "Too Close" (Alex Clare) 

Diplo is up for one nomination this year. He has one prior GRAMMY nomination.

Markus Dravs, Babel (Mumford & Sons), Mylo Xyloto (Coldplay)

Dravs is up for two nominations this year. He has four prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins.

Salaam Remi, "Back To Love"(Anthony Hamilton), "Between The Cheats" (Amy Winehouse), "Girl On Fire" (Alicia Keys & Nicki Minaj), "How Many Drinks?" (Miguel) Life Is Good (Nas), "Like Smoke" (Amy Winehouse Featuring Nas), "Running" (Melanie Fiona Featuring Nas), "Sins Of My Father" (Usher), "A Song For You" (Amy Winehouse) 

Remi is up for two nominations this year. He has four prior GRAMMY nominations.

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical

Axel Hedfors, remixer (Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl Featuring Georgi Kay), "In My Mind" (Axwell Remix)

Hedfors is up for one nomination this year. He has three prior GRAMMY nominations, including those as part of Swedish House Mafia.

Photek, remixer (Moby), "Lie Down In Darkness" (Photek Remix)

Photek is up for one nomination this year. He has one prior GRAMMY nomination.

Eric Prydz, remixer (M83), "Midnight City" (Eric Prydz Private Remix)

Prydz is up for one nomination this year. He has one prior GRAMMY nomination.

Joseph Ray, Skrillex & Daniel Stephens, remixers (Nero), "Promises" (Skrillex & Nero Remix)

Ray and Stephens are up for one nomination each this year, marking the first GRAMMY nominations of their respective careers. Skrillex is up for three nominations this year. He has five prior GRAMMY nominations and three wins.

Thomas Olsen, remixer (Deadmau5 Featuring Chris James), "The Veldt" (Tommy Trash Remix)

Olsen is up for one nomination this year, marking the first GRAMMY nomination of his career.

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

Moogie Canazio & Al Schmitt, engineers; Bernie Grundman, mastering engineer (Melody Gardot), The Absence

Canazio is up for one nomination this year. He has two prior GRAMMY nominations. Schmitt is up for one nomination this year. He has 34 prior GRAMMY nominations and 18 wins. Grundman is up for two nominations this year. He has three prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins.

Glyn Johns, engineer; Bob Ludwig, mastering engineer (Ryan Adams), Ashes & Fire

Johns is up for one nomination this year, marking the first GRAMMY nomination of his career. Ludwig is up for four nominations this year. He has eight prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins.

Richard King, engineer; Richard King, mastering engineer (Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile), The Goat Rodeo Sessions

King is up for one nomination this year. He has seven prior GRAMMY nominations and eight wins.

Joe Chiccarelli, Steve Churchyard, Lars Fox, Graham Hope, Tony Maserati & Morgan Stratton, engineers; Bob Ludwig, mastering engineer (Jason Mraz), Love Is A Four Letter Word

Chiccarelli is up for one nomination this year. He has three prior GRAMMY nominations and three wins. Churchyard is up for one nomination this year. He has three prior GRAMMY nominations. Fox, Hope and Stratton are up for one nomination each this year, marking the first GRAMMY nominations of their respective careers. Maserati is up for one nomination this year. He has five prior GRAMMY nominations and one win. Ludwig is up for four nominations this year. He has eight prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins. 

Helik Hadar, engineer; Bernie Grundman, mastering engineer (Rebecca Pidgeon), Slingshot

Hadar is up for one nomination this year. He has two prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins. Grundman is up for two nominations this year. He has three prior GRAMMY nominations and two wins.

Who will take home the awards in the Production Fields categories? Tune in to the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 10, 2013, taking place at Staples Center in Los Angeles and airing live on CBS from 8–11:30 p.m. (ET/PT).

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