The voting period for the 32nd Annual NAMM TEC Awards is now closed.

The voting process was available to pro audio and music industry professionals November 16, 2016 - January 2, 2017. The general public and enthusiasts were not eligible to vote.

The voting process was facilitated by the Digital Voter's Guide and online ballot.

The Digital Voter's Guide contains images and descriptions of all products and projects nominated across 23 Technical Achievement and 8 Creative Achievement categories. The voting ballot collects responses via a secured third party online voting service Broadjam.

Links to the Digital Voter's Guide and voting ballots were  distributed through a variety of industry partners including prominent audio and music industry organizations, journals and websites.

These organizations include AES, the Producers & Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy, the Game Audio Network Guild (G.A.N.G.), and the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE). Media partners include Mix, Pro Audio Review, Pro Sound News, Electronic Musician and Sound & Video Contractor.  Voting also is available to select NAMM members and the NAMM TEC Awards Community. Additional associations and media groups will be invited to participate in the voting process this year. Check back to this page for updates.

All voters are asked for demographic information which identifies their role in the industry: First and Last Name, Company, Title, Email. Only one ballot per unique email will be counted. Voters may come back to their ballot as many times as they like during the voting period to complete additional category sections.

The winners’ names are kept in confidence until the 32nd Annual NAMM TEC Awards, Saturday, January 21, 2017.

If you have any questions about the TEC Awards please send an email to

To review Nominees of the 32nd Annual NAMM TEC Awards, visit