Voting commences for 32nd NAMM TEC Awards
WORLD: The NAMM Foundation has announced that voting has commenced for the 2016 NAMM TEC (Technical Excellence and Creativity) Awards. Combining sectors such as sound reinforcement, studio technology and MI equipment, the 32rd Annual TEC Awards comprises 23 Outstanding Technical Achievement and eight Outstanding Creative Achievement awards, and this year includes two new categories – Audio Education Technology and DJ Production Technology. Voting is via the third-party online voting system, Broadiam.
As part the 2017 programme, NAMM has announced that rocker Joe Perry will receive the prestigious Les Paul Award, an annual award given on behalf of the Les Paul Foundation honouring ‘individuals that have set the highest standards of excellence in the creative application of recording technology in the spirit of the famed audio pioneer, inventor and musician, Les Paul’. Along with Joe Perry, Aerosmith engineer and producer Jack Douglas will be inducted into the NAMM TEC Hall of Fame.
The results will be announced at a ceremony taking place on the evening of Saturday January 21st during the 20167NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.
A complete list of the nominations for all Outstanding Technical Achievement awards can be found here – www.tecawards.org/Technical-Nominees.
A complete list of the nominations for all Outstanding Creative Achievement awards can be found here – www.tecawards.org/Creative-Nominees.