He passed away at the age of ninety-one SchmidtHe is a Grammy Award-winning sound engineer and music producer Bob Dylan, Ray Charles and Frank Sinatra He has worked on the albums of many other musicians over the past 60 years. The Schmitt family announced the news of the death on Facebook on Monday.
Schmidt won his first Grammy Award in 1963, followed by nineteen others, and in 2006 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Recording Academy. He has worked on more than one hundred and fifty gold and platinum records representing a variety of musical directions. It was his sound engineer Henry Mansin Moon riverAnd the Sam Cook Another sat a nightAnd the Stelle Dan Aja And the Madonna This used to be my stadium Unmarried. Made with his help Natalie Cole never forget And the Barbara Streisand As we were before The album. He was a volunteer producer and many of Jefferson Airplane Records, where he contributed Neil Young on the beach And the Bob Dylan Shadows at night, And the Paul McCartney Kisses at the bottom Make albums. Schmidt’s name is related to the last of Sinatra’s studio recordings, Binaries And the The second duo And the Ray Charles Genius Loves Corporation As well as his 2003 Grammy Award-winning album.
Uncle Schmidt from Brooklyn began working at the Apex recording studio after being discharged from the Navy. He moved to Los Angeles in the 1960s. He was passionate about music, liked numerous recordings and artists, and was at home not only with famous artists, but also in the genres of jazz, gospel, blues and pop.