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8 June 2014

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Jake Gosling gets a platinum disk!

Congratulations to MPG Full Member, and star producer, Jake Gosling! He’s just been presented with a shiny new platinum disk for his production work on the the album “This Life” by The Original Rude Boys.

23 May 2014

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MPG Award-winning producer, Tony Visconti, to play Bowie live

Tony Visconti and Mick ‘Woody’ Woodmansey, both of David Bowie’s iconic, Ziggy Stardust-era backing band The Spiders From Mars, are to play Bowie’s 1970 LP, ‘The Man Who Sold The World’, live and in full at a show in London…

15 May 2014

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The Church Studio, re-opened by new owner, Paul Epworth

One of the most celebrated UK Record Producers of his generation, Paul Epworth relaunches The Church Studios in Crouch End, North London. Rarely in the modern era is the music industry gifted with such an exciting new London recording studio, but with Paul now…

14 May 2014

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Mandy Parnell goes green

Award-wining mastering engineer, Mandy Parnell, is using solar energy to power her London facility. Black Saloon Studios in East London is flying the flag for environmental awareness by using solar power to fulfil all of its electricity needs. MPG Award-winning…

12 May 2014

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Denis Blackham retires after 45 years of mastering

Denis Blackham of Skye Mastering has announced his retirement.Denis has worked in many of the UK’s top mastering houses over the last 45 years, before moving to the Isle of Skye where he was an early pioneer of online mastering….

8 April 2014

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The MPG elects Executive Directors at the 2014 AGM

There was a great turnout last night for the MPG’s Annual General Meeting, which was held at The Hospital Club in Covent Garden. The evening allows members of the Guild an insight into the activities of the various Working Groups…

2 April 2014

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Stefan Kudelski, Polish Inventor of Recorder That Changed Hollywood, Dies at 83

Stefan Kudelski, the inventor of the first professional-quality portable tape recorder, which revolutionized Hollywood moviemaking and vastly expanded the reach of documentarians, independent filmmakers and eavesdroppers on both sides in the cold war, died on Saturday in Switzerland. He was 83….