DEEP at Music Producers Guild Awards 2012

DEEP at Music Producers Guild Awards

DEEP Recording Studio Judge Nominees For Prestigious Industry Awards

DEEP recording studio, who are proudly partnered with Kensington and Chelsea College, was among the high-profile judging panel tasked with selecting the winners for this years Music Producers Guild Awards (MPG).

Studio Manager and Producer Mark Rose represented DEEP on the 20 strong judging panel made up of industry experts.

Held at Café de Paris, London, the MPG Awards 2012 celebrated the achievements of producers and professionals from the recording industry and included the DEEP sponsored award for Best Break-through Producer 2012, which went to YOGI – a rising star who has been described as ‘one of the most talented and exciting young producer/artists to emerge from the UK urban scene’.

Mark was also elected to collect the Joe Meek Legacy Award on behalf of renowned veteran producer Steve Lillywhite.

Among the event’s star-studded guest list were celebrity DJ and producer Mark Ronson, Brit Award winner and singer Laura Marling and Fun Lovin’ Criminals frontman and DJ Huey Morgan.

Speaking about the event Mark said: ‘The awards was one of great success and encouragement to all new engineers, and showed just how much respect and support the UK recording producers and engineers have from the rest of the music sectors. It is a very challenging role and one which requires constant excellence. The awards celebrate all that is best in the British recording industry.’

Kensington and Chelsea College has an exclusive partnership with DEEP, who deliver a number of the college’s music courses at their West London recording facility.

The college, in conjunction with DEEP, was the first FE college in the UK able to offer JAMES (Joint Audio Media Education Services) industry approved and accredited FE courses. The rare and widely respected accreditation gives students a unique edge in the highly competitive music industry.

Mark said: ‘We’ve been working with the college for a number of years to give students unrivalled access to an award winning studio and the expertise of industry tutors who are still actively working within the music profession.’

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