About The Music Producers Guild Awards 2015

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For the last six years, the Music Producers Guild Awards has recognised and celebrated some of the most remarkable and exciting talent in the history of music recording.

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Now in its 7th year, the MPG Awards are once again taking place at the luxurious Park Plaza Riverbank. The stunning views over the Thames and Westminster provide the perfect setting especially for the champagne reception which is followed by a three course dinner and exclusive after party.

Taking place on Thursday 12th February, the 15 awards recognise the best and brightest names in music production including the renowned Producer of the Year which is also awarded the first Brit Award,

MPG Chairman Steve Levine says: “The MPG Awards is now in its 7th consecutive year and our last event was by far the best to date. We continue to recognise the outstanding talent that plays such a vital role in the creation of great records.”
 
“The MPG Awards continues to grow in stature and this years winners represented the best of the industry from the most exciting newcomers to those who have made the most significant impact in their field over their careers.”
 
“2014 saw the biggest turnout ever along with a very special live performance from Trevor Horn and friends including Seal. It was a night that everyone will remember for years to come. We’re looking forward to the awards in 2015 which will be just as full of surprises.”

Early bird tickets are on now sale to members and non-members, visit the ticket page HERE.

The MPG Awards process is conducted in three distinct stages:

1. Nomination: this is simply the collection of suggestions of possible candidates for each category of award. Anyone may nominate any potential candidate, and candidates may nominate themselves. Nomination does not constitute any kind of status; it is merely a process of adding names to the list of those who will be presented for voting.

2. Voting: this is the privilege of the Full Members of the MPG, who are all working professionals, i.e. producers, engineers, mixers, etc. and who vote to create the shortlists of three candidates per award, which are presented to the judging panel for the final selection of the winners.

3. Judging: the judging panel is made up of record producers, recording engineers, mixers, re-mixers, record company A&R people, publishers, broadcasters and journalists. Their responsibility is to discuss the relative merits of the shortlisted candidates and ultimately vote for the winners of each MPG Award.

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