GRAMMY


Craig Bauer is a GRAMMY Award winning producer and mixer and a two-time GRAMMY Album of the Year nominee for his mixing on Kanye West's "Late Registration" and "Graduation" albums. He has accumulated over 30 GRAMMY nominations in several genres, including: Pop, Hip-Hop, Gospel and Jazz.

Bauer also mixed Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated albums, “The Cool” and “Food & Liquor,” which included the hit songs “Superstar” and “Kick Push”.  

In 2007 Craig Bauer won his first GRAMMY for his mixing on  The Clark Sister’s album, “Live-One More Time”. He is also recognized for mixing Justin Timberlake and Andy Samburg’s Emmy nominated SNL digital short, “Mother Lover” and Jazz singer Kurt Elling’s GRAMMY nominated Best Jazz Vocal album, “Night Moves”.

After 20 years operating HINGE studios in Chicago, Bauer relocated the studio to Los Angeles where he continues to work on a wide array of projects spanning all genres of music.


59th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Gospel Performance/Song NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Hezekiah Walker's GRAMMY nominated song, “Better"

58th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Karen Clark Sheard's GRAMMY nominated album, “Destined to Win [Live]"

57th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Anita Wilson’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Vintage Worship”

Best Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Ricky Dillard & New G’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Amazing [LIVE]”

Best Gospel/Performance Song NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Karen Clark Sheard’s nominated song Sunday A.M. (Live)”

56th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Best For Last: 20 Year Celebration Vol. 1 [LIVE]”

Best Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Bishop Paul S. Morton’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Best Days Yet”

55th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Gospel Song NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Bill Wintson and Living Word Featuring Donald Lawrence’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Released”

54th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Gospel Song NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Spiritual”

53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Traditional Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Vanessa Bell Armstrong’s GRAMMY nominated album, “The Experience”

52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Traditional Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence’s GRAMMY nominated album, “The Law of Confession, Part 1”

Best Contemporary Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Sheri Jones-Moffett GRAMMY nominated album, “Renewed”

51st Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Rap Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated Album, “The Cool”

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Superstar”

Best Rap Song NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Superstar”

Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album NARAS and The GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on The Murrills’ GRAMMY nominated album, “Family Law”

50th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Album of the Year Craig Bauer has garnered a GRAMMY nomination in the Album of the Year Category for his participation as Engineer/Mixer on Kanye West’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Graduation.”

Best Traditional Gospel Album NARAS awarded Craig Bauer a GRAMMY for his participation as “Mixer” on The Clark Sister’s GRAMMY winning Album, “Live- One More Time.”

Best Jazz Vocal Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Kurt Elling’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Nightmoves”

Best Contemporary Gospel Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Coko’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Grateful”

Best Gospel Performance NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on The Clark Sister’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Blessed and Highly Favored”

Best Gospel Song NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on The Clark Sister’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Blessed and Highly Favored”

Best Traditional Gospel Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence and Tri City Singers GRAMMY nominated album, “The Grand Finale”

Best Gospel Song NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence and Tri City Singers GRAMMY nominated song, “Encourage Yourself” 

49th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Best Rap Song NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Kick, Push” 

Best Rap Solo Performance NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Kick, Push”

Best Rap Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Lupe Fiasco’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Food & Liquor” 

Best Traditional Gospel Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence and Tri City Singers GRAMMY nominated album, “Finale Act One”

Best Gospel Performance NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence and Tri City Singers GRAMMY nominated song, “Blessing of Abraham”

R&R Magazine R&R Magazine officially recognized Craig Bauer with a plaque for his mixing of song “The Blessing of Abraham”  (Donald Lawrence and the Tri City Singers) as the longest running #1 single on the R&R charts in it’s history.

48th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Album of the Year Craig Bauer has garnered a GRAMMY nomination in the Album of the Year Category for his mixing of Kanye West’s album GRAMMY nominated album, “Late Registration.”

Best Rap Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Kanye West’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Late Registration”

Best Gospel Choir or Chorus Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Donald Lawrence’s GRAMMY nominated album, “I Speak Life”

Best Gospel Song NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Hezikiah Walker’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Lift Him Up” 

Best Gospel Performance NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Hezikiah Walker’s GRAMMY nominated song, “Lift Him Up”

Best Gospel Choir or Chorus Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Hezikiah Walker’s GRAMMY nominated album, “20/85 The Experience” 

Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album NARAS and the GRAMMY’s officially recognized Craig Bauer as “Mixer” for his participation on Marvin Sapp’s GRAMMY nominated album, “Be Exalted”


 

 

Ed Sheeran performs his song "Give Me Love" in an exclusive recording session live at Hinge Studios in Chicago, IL for The Live Room on The Warner Sound.

Grammy award winning engineer, mixer, and producer Craig Bauer (Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco) joins Dave Pensado and Avid S6 expert Tom Graham to discuss Craig's processes and how the Avid S6 console fits into his productions.