Tom Elmhirst

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Tom Elmhirst (born 8 June 1971) is a British specialist mix engineer.

He has won 16 Grammy awards (1 Latin) for his work with Amy Winehouse, Adele, David Bowie, Beck, Lady Gaga, Cage the Elephant, and Residente among others. Having won six awards at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017, he currently holds the record for most Grammys won by an engineer in one night. He has been awarded 'Mix Engineer of the Year' twice at the MPG Awards, in 2012 and in 2017.

Elmhirst currently works out of Electric Lady Studios in New York City.

Career highlights to date[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result[1]
2008 Back to Black Album of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Vocal Album Won
"Rehab" Record of the Year Won
2009 "Chasing Pavements" Nominated
2012 "Rolling in the Deep" Won
21 Album of the Year Won
2013 El Camino Nominated
"Lonely Boy" Record of the Year Nominated
2015 Morning Phase Album of the Year Won
Best Rock Album Won
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Won
2017 Blackstar Won
Best Alternative Music Album Won
Tell Me I'm Pretty Best Rock Album Won
25 Album of the Year Won
Best Pop Vocal Album Won
"Hello" Record of the Year Won
2019 "The Joke" Nominated
"Shallow" Nominated
2020 A Star Is Born Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Won
Social Cues Best Rock Album Won
Scenery Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Nominated
2021 Women in Music Pt. III Album of the Year Nominated

Selected credits[edit]


  1. ^ "Tom Elmhirst". Retrieved 16 August 2020.

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