Nominations for the Music Producers Guild 2012 Awards are now officially open and anyone who would like to nominate can do so by visiting www.mpgawards.co.uk
The Music Producers Guild Awards 2012 will be held next February at the Cafe de Paris, London, and once again the winner of the Producer of the Year category will automatically win a BRIT Award for Best Producer. The 2011 winner of both these prestigious Awards was Markus Drave, pictured here.
With new categories in its International Section (International Engineer and International Re-mixer of the Year), the 2012 Awards offer even more opportunities to win. There are now 17 Awards available but before any awards can be presented, those who hope to win need to be nominated.
The Music Producers Guild is encouraging all those who wish to be considered to get on
line at www.mpgawards.co.uk and put their name forward. Nominating a worthwhile recording professional involves filling in a very simple online form. Everyone can be part of this process as the nominations are open to anyone. There is also no bar on nominating yourself and the Music Producers Guild is actively encouraging producers and engineers to do this.
The full list of awards categories is as follows:
The Joe Meek Legacy Award, sponsored by Joe Meek by PMI Audio
Outstanding Contribution to UK Music, sponsored by PPL
Producer of the Year, sponsored by the BPI
Recording Engineer of the Year, sponsored by Prism Sound
Mix Engineer of the Year, sponsored by Solid State Logic
Mastering Engineer of the Year, sponsored by SADiE
Live Production of the Year, sponsored by Shure
UK Album of the Year, sponsored by Universal Audio
UK Single of the Year
Re-mixer of the Year
Breakthrough Producer of the Year, sponsored by Deep Recording Studios
Breakthrough Engineer of the Year
International Producer of the Year, sponsored by British Grove Studios
International Engineer of the Year, sponsored by Focusrite
International Remixer of the Year, sponsored by Novation
Studio of the Year, sponsored by Genelec
The Music Producers Guild Awards has already made its mark on the music industry calendar as an event not to be missed. Last yearâ€™s sell out event attracted more than 300 stars and music industry VIPs who turned out in force to celebrate the enormous contribution that recording professionals make to the success of the UKâ€™s music industry.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available and any company that would like to be part of this exciting event should contact Sadie Groom at Bubble & Squeak. Telephone: +44 (0) 1442 877850. Email: email@example.com
About Music Producers Guild (UK):
The Music Producers Guild (UK) is an independent and democratic organisation that encourages the highest standards of music production, and actively engages with other music industry organisations to campaign and lobby on matters of important mutual interest.
The MPG represents and promotes the interests of all those involved in the production of recorded music, including producers, engineers, mixers, re-mixers, programmers and mastering engineers.