Chad Franscoviak

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Chad Franscoviak
Birth name Chad Franscoviak
Born (1973-07-30) July 30, 1973 (age 43)
Origin Atlanta, Georgia
Instruments Sound engineer
Associated acts John Mayer, Shawn Mullins, David Labruyere

Chad Franscoviak is a sound engineer and producer based out of Los Angeles, California. He is most well known for his work on John Mayer albums. The two were also roommates.[1]

In 2003, Franscoviak helped friend David LaBruyere by engineering his album, which was released as the 2007 EP Farrago Dance Mix.

In February 2007, Franscoviak won Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards for the album Continuum (as the sound engineer).[2]

In October 2007, Franscoviak won three TEC Awards.[3]

In February 2011, Franscoviak (along with Michael H. Brauer, Joe Ferla, and Manny Marroquin) received the Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for his work as Recording Engineer on John Mayer's "Battle Studies".[4]


Year Award Category Nominated work Nominated duty Result
Past awards
2006 49th Annual Grammy Awards[2] Best Pop Vocal Album Continuum Sound Engineer Won
2007 23rd Annual TEC Awards[5] Tour Sound Production John Mayer Continuum Tour FOH engineer Won
Record Production/Single or Track "Waiting on the World to Change" Recording Engineer Won
Record Production/Album Continuum Recording Engineer Won
2010 53rd Annual Grammy Awards[4] Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical "Battle Studies" Recording Engineer Won

Personal life[edit]

On November 24, 2012, Franscoviak married writer Maggie McGuane. The two live in Livingston, Montana with her children Maisie and Charlie Kirn.


  1. ^ Hiatt, Brian (2006). "My Big Mouth Strikes Again" Rolling Stone magazine. Retrieved September 18, 2006.
  2. ^ a b Mayer, John (2007). "CON-CHAD-ULATIONS!" (accessed March 26, 2007)
  3. ^ TEC Awards. 2007 Nominees for Outstanding Creative Achievement
  4. ^ a b "2010 Nominees and Winners -"
  5. ^ The TEC Awards 2007 Nominees for Creative Achievement. Retrieved 15 August 2007.

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