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Music Producers Guild Awards 2010Cambridge, UK: The 2010 Music Producers Guild Awards take place in February and once again Prism Sound and SADiE are among the headline sponsors. We are delighted to be supporting these Awards, which recognise the enormous contribution made by recording professionals to the success of the UK's music industry.
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The shortlists for each category have now been announced and we can reveal that Haydn Bendall, Mick Glossop and Tony Platt are all in the running for the Recording Engineer of the Year Award, which Prism Sound is sponsoring.
The Mastering Engineer of the Year Award, which SADiE is sponsoring, also has a three man shortlist - Tony Cousins, Ray Staff and Tim Young.
A judging panel made up of industry experts will meet in January to decide the winners. Good luck to all nominees in all categories - we look forward to presenting our category winners with their Awards at the Cafe de Paris, London, on February 11th.
Tickets for the Awards are now on sale at a cost of £80 plus VAT for Balcony standing and £105 plus VAT for Balcony seated. An early bird discount is available, reducing the cost to £60 and £85 plus VAT respectively. To book, please telephone 0207 287 4655 or email email@example.com
Stop Press:We also have a couple of tickets to give away. Please see the offers page to enter the draw!
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