Charlie Paakkari

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Charlie (Charles) Paakkari is an audio engineer for Capitol Records and the recipient of a 2005 Grammy Award for his work on the Dianne Reeves album Good Night, and Good Luck.[1][2]


Paakkari has recorded many artists in the music business, including


  1. ^ Grammy Database. He has also received several granny nominations and 2 Grammy certificates and 2 Emmys Past Winners Retrieved 4 October 2013.
  2. ^ Gordon, Kylee Swenson (2012). Electronic Musician Presents the Recording Secrets Behind 50 Great Albums, p. 197. Backbeat Books. ISBN 1476821364

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