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Nominated five times since 1987, Steve Remote takes home his first TEC Award for JVC Newport Jazz Festival, in the category of Remote Production/ Recording or Broadcast.

After seven nominations over the years, Chris Pelonis takes home the TEC Award for Studio Design Project for his work on Playback Recording Studios in Santa Barbara.

(L-R) Master of Ceremonies, Chris Stone, GC Pro Director, Rick Plushner, Mix Foundation President, Hillel Resner, Mr. Bonzai, Guitar Center Executive Vice President, David Angress, Mix Foundation board member, David Schwartz, and TEC Awards Event & Nominees Coordinator, Karen Dunn of KMD Productions.

(L-R) Hillel Resner, Eddie Kramer and John Storyk.

The first two presenters of the evening: Mr. Bonzai (l) and David Schwartz.

Matt Ward of Universal Audio, accepts the first of the company's two TEC Awards for the evening: the Universal Audio 710 Twin-Finity in the category of Microphone Preamplifier Technology.

(L-R) Chris Stone, engineer/producer Ed Cherney, Avid’s Rich Nevens and Euphonix’s Mike Franklin.

Wolfgang Fraissinet (r) accepts the TEC Award for the Neumann TLM 67 in the category of Microphone Technology/Studio from George Petersen.

Brian David Farr accepts the award for World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Interactive Entertainment Sound Production) from Paul Lipson.

2006 Hall of Fame inductee
David Hewitt.

George Massenburg (r) presents Apogee’s Lucas van Der Mee with a TEC Award for Digital Converter Technology for the Symphony 64 PCIe.

Meyer Sound’s Jon Monitto accepts the TEC Award for the Meyer Sound Labs UPQ-1P in the category of Sound Reinforcement Loudspeaker Technology.


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