Gavin Lurssen has been a mastering engineer since 1991, and a contributor to many technical developments that have taken place in the industry since then.
He has won multiple Grammy awards for his work on 'Raising Sand' performed by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, the movie soundtrack of 'O Brother Where Art Thou?', and the PBS television series 'Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues', as well as a Latin Grammy for his work on Diego Torres' album 'Distinto'. 'Raising Sand' also won Gavin and Lurssen Mastering two TEC awards for outstanding facility and for mastering.
Gavin has mastered albums for artists such as Foo Fighters, Ben Harper, Queens Of The Stone Age, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Eric Clapton, Miranda Lambert, Rickie Lee Jones, Elvis Costello and Ryan Adams, to name just a few. Furthermore, Gavin has worked on the soundtracks of the video game 'Titanfall', the movies ‘Cars' 1 & 2, ‘Tangled', the ‘Nashville' TV series, 'The Hunger Games', 'Crazy Heart' and ‘Ratatouille', amongst others.
Gavin is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston and is a recipient of their Distinguished Alumni award for his achievements in mastering.