Friday, 22 September 2017 20:34

69th Emmy Awards: All Music & Sound Category Winners

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Hey, we’re ALL winners with the Emmy Awards. Content for TV is rocketing forward right now, and the re-emerging possibilities of the format – and the intense competition – are making for a lot of must-see TV now.

Best of all the music categories keep growing, including our beloved first ever “Outstanding Music Supervision” award. Spoiler alert! Huge congratulations to Susan Jacobs, taking home this historic award for HBO’s “Big Little Lies” episode, “You Get What You Need.”

Without any more ado, here are all the winners of the music and sound categories at the 69th Emmy Awards, converged for your convenience. Congratulations to the many talented winners and nominees in these categories, and all the talented people behind them! From composition and synch licensing to sound editing and mixing, the Emmy’s honor an incredible profession.

Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special (Original Dramatic Score) - 2017



FX Networks

  • Jeff Russo, Music by


Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score) - 2017

House of Cards

"Chapter 63"


  • Jeff Beal, Music by


Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics - 2017


"Song Title: Letter To The Free"


  • Common, Music & Lyrics by
  • Robert Glasper, Music by
  • Karriem Riggins, Music by


Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera) - 2017

“The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years”


  • Chris Jenkins, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Cameron Frankley, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Nathan Evans, Production Mixer
  • Sam Okell, Music Mixer


Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series - 2017

 Stranger Things

"Chapter Eight: The Upside Down"


  • Bradley North, Sound Supervisor
  • Craig Henighan, Sound Editor
  • Jordan Wilby, Sound Editor
  • Jonathan Golodner, Sound Editor
  • Tiffany S. Griffith, Sound Editor
  • Sam Munoz, Foley Editor
  • David Klotz, Music Editor
  • Noel Vought, Foley Artist
  • Ginger Geary, Foley Artist


Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie or Special - 2017

 The Night Of

"Subtle Beast"


  • Nicholas Renbeck, Sound Supervisor
  • Marissa Littlefield, Supervising ADR Editor
  • Steve Visscher, Supervising Foley Editor
  • Ruth Hernandez, ADR Editor
  • Sara Stern, Dialogue Editor
  • Luciano Vignola, Dialogue Editor
  • Odin Benitez, Dialogue Editor
  • Wyatt Sprague, Sound Effects Editor
  • Roland Vajs, Sound Effects Editor
  • Ruy Garcia, Sound Designer
  • Warren Shaw, Sound Designer
  • Heather Gross, Foley Editor
  • Dan Evans Farkas, Music Editor
  • Grant Conway, Music Editor
  • Marko Costanzo, Foley Artist


Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music - 2017

“Stranger Things”


  • Michael Stein, Theme by
  • Kyle Dixon, Theme by


Outstanding Music Direction - 2017

“Taking The Stage: African American Music And Stories That Changed America”


  • Rickey Minor, Music Direction by


Outstanding Sound Editing for a Nonfiction Program (Single or Multi-Camera) - 2017

“The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years”


  • Jon Michaels, Co-Supervising Sound Editor
  • Cameron Frankley, Co-Supervising Sound Editor
  • Harrison Meyle, Dialogue Editor
  • Dan Kenyon, Sound Effects Editor
  • Will Digby, Sound Effects Editor
  • Melissa Muik, Music Editor


Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or Movie - 2017

The Night Of

"The Beach"


  • Michael Barry, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Nicholas Renbeck, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Felix Andrew, Production Mixer
  • Larry Hoff, Production Mixer


Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special - 2017

 2017 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony


  • Al Centrella, Production Mixer
  • Susan Pelino, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Jay Vicari, Music Mixer
  • John Harris, Music Mixer
  • Dave Natale, FOH Mixer
  • Erik Von Ranson, FOH Mixer
  • Simon Welch, Monitor Mixer
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59th Grammy Awards


  • Josh Morton, Post Audio Mixer
  • Thomas Holmes, Production Mixer
  • Mikael Stewart, FOH Production Mixer
  • Eric Schilling, Broadcast Music Mixer
  • John Harris, Broadcast Music Mixer
  • Ron Reaves, FOH Mixer
  • Tom Pesa, Stage Foldback Mixer
  • Michael Parker, Stage Foldback Mixer
  • Eric Johnston, Playback Music Mixer
  • Pablo Munguia, Pro Tools Mixer
  • Bob LaMasney, Sweetening Mix


Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation - 2017

Mozart In The Jungle

"Now I Will Sing"


  • Andy D'Addario, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Gary Gegan, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Marco Fiumara, Production Mixer
  • Clark Germain, Scoring Mixer


Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One Hour) - 2017


"The Bicameral Mind"


  • Keith Rogers, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Scott Weber, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Roger V. Stevenson, CAS, Production Mixer
  • Kyle O'Neal, ADR Mixer


Outstanding Music Supervision – 2017

Big Little Lies

"You Get What You Need"


-- Susan Jacobs, Music Supervisor

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