If you’re lucky enough to visit Elliot Scheiner’s recording studio, chances are you’ll come across a display case filled with eight shiny gold GRAMMY Awards, as well as a couple of Emmys. As one of the world’s most accomplished sound engineers and producers, Elliot has worked with an endless array of musical legends over the past five decades, yet he remains humble about his craft. We posed a few questions to the 2004 TEC Hall of Fame inductee about his illustrious career, and here’s what he
In the world of recording studios, TEC Hall of Fame winner Rose Mann Cherney is a true legend. While she began her tenure at the famed Los Angeles Record Plant working as the front desk receptionist/booker, it was Rose’s drive, talent, charisma and determination that catapulted her to the top.
David Schwartz has been a major force in the pro audio and recording industry for more than 40 years. Wanting to showcase all of the technological advancements taking place in the 1970s, David cofounded Mix magazine in 1977, and served as editor-in-chief for nearly 18 years, until its acquisition. He served on the NARAS’ Board of Governors for more than two decades and co-founded the Technical Excellence and Creativity Awards (now known as the NAMM TEC Awards); the premiere awards show
The NAMM Show draws media from around the globe to cover this important music products and pro sound industry event. Here are just a few of the media outlets who joined us in Anaheim in 2016.
Eddie Kramer has enjoyed a career that most sound engineers and producers can only dream of. Originally from South Africa, he moved to England in the early 60s, where he worked with such music legends as Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Kinks and Led Zeppelin.
Eddie Kramer has enjoyed a career in the music industry that most people can only dream of. Originally from South Africa, he moved to England in the early 60s, where he worked with such musical legends as Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, the Beatles and Led Zeppelin. When he’s not lecturing around the world, Eddie works as a producer, engineer, author, software developer and studio designer. He’s also worked closely with The Hendrix Foundation over the past 15 years and last year he won an
Recording engineer David Hewitt pioneered the art of remote recording. Over the past 40+ years, he has recorded live broadcasts, records, and audio for film and video, earning him multiple TEC Awards, Grammys, Emmys and Cinema Audio Society awards in the process, as well as the industry’s respect.
To be inducted to the TEC Hall of Fame - Jeff “Skunk” Baxter of Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers fame; Record Plant, the recording/mixing studio behind many greatest hits and live remotes by Stevie Wonder, The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton
As we look forward to the 31st Annual NAMM TEC Awards, we caught up with recent Hall of Fame inductees to glean insights about their experiences both in and out of the studio. NAMM TEC Awards Hall of Fame Inductee Ed Cherney didn’t set out to become a GRAMMY-winning producer and recording engineer. But in the end, his natural talent and “sonic signature” made him an industry legend who’s worked with such musical superstars as Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Sting and Bob Dylan
The NAMM Foundation has announced 10 historic musical and sound inventions ranging from 1947 through 2000 will be inducted to its10th annual TECnology Hall of Fame, Saturday, January 24 at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. The awards will be presented by the NAMM MUSEUM of Making Music and hosted by veteran pro-audio journalist George Petersen.
The NAMM Foundation will induct revered engineer-mixologist Ed Cherney and bassist Nathan East into the NAMM TEC Awards Hall of Fame during the 30th Annual NAMM Technical Excellence & Creativity Awards show, to be held Saturday, January 24th in Anaheim, Calif.
Listed below are the nominees in 22 categories of Creative Technical Achievement as selected by the 2014 NAMM TEC Awards Nominating Panel.