About MPG

Why Join?

We’re a community, and we’d love to have you part of it. Together, we can make genuine improvements to our professional working lives in very specific ways:

CONNECTIONS Join us at our regular get-togethers and meet like-minded professionals – and some who aren’t like you at all. Seriously, it’s a rapid way to make invaluable contacts with producers who just love to share ideas and wisdom – yours and theirs!

POWER Exploit the MPG and UK Music’s powerful lobby in the Corridors of Power, which recognise music production as one the UK’s most valuable exports. Becoming a member gives you access to that lobby and adds your voice to the issues we all face

DISCOVERY Come to our regular workshops, discussions and demos that will keep you bang up to speed on the latest gear and the best techniques for using it

DISCOUNTS Get into a stronger bargaining position to get fantastic deals for our members on new equipment, services and hire – and be first in the queue for many new developments

SUPPORT Take advantage of access to legal, financial and other professional advice validated by us as relevant and reliable (Full Members only)

DECISIONS Get to vote in the run-up to the annual MPG Awards, in order to help us arrive at the shortlist of all the potential winners (Full Members only)

There’s a whole page in more detail about the many benefits you get from joining the MPG, and another about the types of membership available at various different levels. There’ll be one for you, without doubt.



Here’s what some of our existing members have to say:

Roni Size

Being a member of MPG has opens up doors for me in the world of music by being a member of the judging panel .
Whilst being on the panel I had the pleasure of meeting producers , vocalist, mastering engineers and the people right at the top who have been involved in the MPG awards from the very beginning. I am also in communications with members discussing how we could attract versatile producers from other genres. There is and always will be challenges when selecting unsung heroes of music .

Marta Salogni

It’s an honour to be part of this community of forward-thinking, talented minds shaping the future of music.

Alan Moulder

Being a member of the MPGs gives you a much needed feeling of support. It’s good to know there are like minded people out there who you can discuss any issues with and get advice from. You kind of feel part of a team.

Manon Grandjean

Being a member of the MPG is such a honour, to be part of a community of music lovers from all backgrounds from engineers, producers, artists. It is also a great way to support your peers in the music industry.

Mick Glossop

The MPG is a community of producers and engineers who benefit from contact that would otherwise be impossible to achieve. This includes strong links with its American counterpart, The Producers & Engineers Wing of the Grammy Organisation.

Tony Platt

Because I grew up in a music business that had a strong social aspect to it I have found that being actively involved in MPG has enabled me to re-connect with that aspect of the industry that I believe to be crucially important. In these days of cyberspace existence the MPG offers a tangible way to keep in touch with other like minded (and contradictory) creative people.