Norah Jones Award-winning Album Mixed on
Custom Avalon/Sear Sound Console

Norah Jones' recent album, "Come Away With Me" was mixed on the custom-built Avalon Design/Sear Sound Console at Sear Sound in New York City. The console is loaded with forty-eight custom built Avalon Design M3 Mic Preamplifiers and forty-eight E3 Pure Class A Parametric Equalizers.

Norah and her album won eight Grammys at the 45th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 23rd at Madison Square Garden in New York City!

Norah won five awards - Album of the Year, Record of the Year (for "Don't Know Why"), Best New Artist, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (for "Don't Know Why") and Best Pop Vocal Album. In addition, "Don't Know Why" won three awards for Song of the Year (awarded to the songwriter, Jesse Harris), Best Producer, non-classical (Arif Mardin) and Best Engineered album, non-classical (awarded to engineers Husky Huskolds, Arif Mardin and Jay Newland).

Custom Avalon Design / Sear Sound Console at Sear Sound in NYC

Photos from the sessions: left to right: producer Craig Street, Norah, Bill Frisell, Kevin Breit, Brian Blade, and Lee Alexander


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