Randy Staub

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Randy Staub
Origin Canada
Occupation(s) Recording engineer

Randy Staub is a Canadian recording engineer. He has been nominated for the Juno Awards' "Recording Engineer of the Year" award 12 times. He won in 2002 for the songs "How You Remind Me" and "Too Bad" by Nickelback.[1][2]

Staub also mixed Alice in Chains' fourth studio album, Black Gives Way to Blue.

Awards[edit]

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Title Recordings Outcome[2]
1992 Recording Engineer of the Year "Enter Sandman" (Metallica)
"Dollar In My Pocket" (Big House)
Nominated
1993 Recording Engineer of the Year "Keep the Faith" (Bon Jovi)
"Bed of Roses" (Bon Jovi)
Nominated
1997 Recording Engineer of the Year "Until It Sleeps" (Metallica)
"Hero of the Day" (Metallica)
Nominated
1998 Recording Engineer of the Year "Volcano Girls" (Veruca Salt)
"The Unforgiven" (Metallica)
Nominated
1999 Best Recording Engineer "C'mon, C'mon, C'mon" (Bryan Adams)
"Radio" (Copyright)
Nominated
2001 Best Recording Engineer "Just Another Phase" (The Moffatts)
"Antifreeze & Aeroplanes" (The Moffatts)
Nominated
2002 Best Recording Engineer "How You Remind Me" (Nickelback)
"Too Bad" (Nickelback)
Won
2003 Recording Engineer of the Year "Somewhere Out There" (Our Lady Peace)
"Innocent" (Our Lady Peace)
Nominated
2006 Recording Engineer of the Year "Angels Losing Sleep" (Our Lady Peace)
"Animals" (Nickelback)
Nominated
2009 Recording Engineer of the Year "Something In Your Mouth" (Nickelback) Nominated
2013 Recording Engineer of the Year "When We Stand Together" (Nickelback)
"What You Want" (Evanescence)
Nominated
2014 Recording Engineer of the Year "Hollow" (Alice in Chains)
"Be My Baby" (Michael Bublé)
Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Peebles, Frank (April 4, 2008). "Juno Awards features some familiar faces Archived 2008-04-07 at the Wayback Machine.." Prince George Citizen. Retrieved June 11, 2009.
  2. ^ a b ""Randy Staub – The JUNO Awards". Juno Awards. Archived from the original on June 14, 2018. Retrieved June 14, 2018. 

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