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Voting open for 2014 MPG Awards

Erica Basnicki 4 November 2013
Voting open for 2014 MPG Awards

Voting for the 2014 Music Producers Guild Awards is now open. All Full Members of the Guild are entitled to take part in this process and their votes will decide which nominees make the shortlist in 12 of the 15 award categories.   MPG Chairman Steve Levine commented: “Once again, our call for nominations has generated a fantastic response and we’re thrilled to see such a diverse range of projects and individuals on the list. In the five years since we launched the MPG Awards we have seen a steady increase in the number of nominees. This indicates just how coveted an MPG Award is to those recording professionals who work so hard to create the music that we all enjoy.”   The MPG Awards fly the flag for the achievements of the UK’s top producers, engineers, remixers and mastering engineers. The 2014 Awards will take place at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in Vauxhall, London, on Thursday 13 February, 2014. As in previous years, the winner of the MPG UK Producer of the Year category will also be awarded the prestigious BRIT Award for Best Producer.   In total there are 15 award categories, three of which are in the gift of the MPG Awards committee. However, MPG Full Members are entitled to vote for the following categories and are encouraged to do so before the closing date of 1 December 2013.   UK Producer of the Year International Producer of the Year Breakthrough Producer of the Year Recording Engineer of the Year Breakthrough Engineer of the Year Mix Engineer of the Year Mastering Engineer of the Year Re-mixer of the Year UK Album of the Year UK Single Song Release of the Year Studio of the Year The A&R Award   Voting for Full Members is simple. Instructions on how to log in and vote will be emailed to each Full Member individually.   The shortlists for the MPG Awards will be announced in December 2013, with judging for the final winners taking place in January 2014.   www.mpgawards.com    

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