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A quarter of Music Producers Guild Awards 2019 go to women in the industry

On 28 February 2019 the music industry celebrated the 2019 Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards at the Grosvenor House hotel in London. A quarter of the 16 awards went to women in the industry including Mandy Parnell who took away the accolade for Mastering Engineer of the Year, Dani Bennett Spragg who received Breakthrough Engineer of the Year and Shura who took away Re-mixer of the Year.

Over 350 people attended the eleventh annual MPG Awards which celebrate the best and brightest talent in music production as well as the industry’s next rising stars.

2019 MPG Award winners and sponsors

UK Producer Of The Year (sponsored by Flare Audio): James Ford

Recording Engineer Of The Year (sponsored by AMS Neve): Matt Wiggins

Mix Engineer Of The Year (sponsored by Miloco Studios): David Wrench

Re-mixer Of The Year (sponsored by Synchro Arts): Shura

Breakthrough Producer Of the Year (sponsored by Focusrite): Dilip Harris

Self-Producing Artist Of The Year (sponsored by Spitfire Audio): Jon Hopkins

Breakthrough Engineer Of The Year (sponsored by Genelec): Dani Bennett Spragg

International Producer Of The Year (sponsored by RME): Greg Kurstin

Mastering Engineer Of The Year (sponsored by Kii Audio): Mandy Parnell

UK Album Of The Year (sponsored by Universal Audio): Everything Everything – A Fever Dream

UK Single Song Release Of The Year (sponsored by Shure): Anna Calvi – Don’t Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy

The A&R Award (sponsored by DAFT Studios): Gilles Peterson

Studio Of The Year (sponsored by Soundgas): Strongroom

The MPG 2019 Awards gifted by MPG are:

MPG Inspiration Award (sponsored by Audio Note): Skepta

PPL Present The MPG Award For Outstanding Contribution To UK Music: Hugh Padgham

Special Recognition Award (sponsored by Steinberg): the Ward Family and Rockfield Studios

mpg.org.uk

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