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AWS 948 and Nucleus both win at the 27th annual TEC awards
Two Outstanding Technical Achievement awards for Large and Small Format Console Technology

AWS 948 and Nucleus both win at the 27th annual TEC awards

Two Outstanding Technical Achievement awards for Large and Small Format Console Technology

Jan 23, 2012

SSL wins two TEC awards at NAMM 2012

OXFORD, ENGLAND – Solid State Logic, the world’s leading manufacturer of professional analogue and digital audio consoles, is pleased to announce that it has won two Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Awards.

SSL's AWS 948 won the Outstanding Technical Achievement award for ‘Large Format Console Technology’ and the company's Nucleus won the same award in the ‘Small Format Console Technology’ category.

Several hundred industry professionals gathered at the Hilton Anaheim for the sit-down awards ceremony, emceed by bass player Will Lee. Funkmeister Bootsy Collins presented the Nucleus award to Jim Motley, Head of Business, Workstation Partner Products at SSL and legendary audio engineer and producer Eddie Kramer presented the AWS 948 award to Dan Duffell, SSL’s Head of Marketing.

“We are honoured to receive these two awards,” says Piers Plaskitt, CEO Solid State Logic, Inc. “Our engineers and product designers work hard to create music production tools for our customers and it’s always reassuring when people tell us they like what we’ve made! It’s also great to see the Tec Awards reach its 27th year and we heartily support the work of Hillel Resner and his team in encouraging excellence in the audio industry.”

Nominations for the 16 categories of Outstanding Technical Achievement were made last year by a panel of more than 100 industry veterans and voting was then open to members of industry organisations APRS (Association of Professional Recording Services), CAS (Cinema Audio Society), GANG (Game Audio Network Guild), MPSE (Motion Picture Sound Editors),P&E Wing (Producers & Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy), SPARS (Society of Professional Recording Services) as well as subscribers to publications MIX Magazine, Pro Audio Review, Pro Sound News and Pro Sound News Europe.

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