LOS ANGELES, California (NEWS CENTER) -- Mastering engineer and Scarborough resident Bob Ludwig is taking home four Grammys from Sunday night's ceremony in Los Angeles.
Ludwig won for Record of the Year for Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rogers. He also won Album of the Year for Daft Punk's "Random Access Memories."
On top of those, he also won Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical album for Daft Punk's "Random Access Memories" and for Best Historical Album for the Rolling Stones' "Charlie is My Darling -- Ireland 1965."
Ludwig owns Gateway Mastering in Portland. He was nominated for a total of five Grammys Sunday evening.
He told NEWS CENTER the morning after the awards ceremony that he had a feeling the Daft Punk record would do well because it was so finely crafted. "When I heard that kind of quality coming from this music, and the fact that it was very fresh and I hadn't heard anything like this in a long time, well, ever really, I thought it had a good shot of breaking through the chatter of everything being the same sounding."