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13 March 2020

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COVID-19 Coronavirus Update

Loss of Earnings Survey We are currently running a short survey to assess the current impact the virus is having on music producers, engineers, mixers and mastering engineers. Please share will everyone you know involved in music production.. The survey…

5 March 2020


March 2020 Newsletter

MPG Awards On Thursday 27th the annual MPG Awards took place with big names from across the music industry coming together to celebrate the best musical talent of 2020. A huge thank you to everyone involved and congratulations to all…

29 February 2020


The Music Producers Guild Announces its 2020 Awards Winners

A host of music industry VIPs and celebrities filled London’s Grosvenor House on Thursday for the 2020 Music Producers Guild Awards – an annual event that recognises the creativity, skill and talents of all music recording professionals. The top accolade…

22 January 2020


January 2020 Newsletter

MPG Awards Tickets Are On Sale The 12th annual MPG Awards 2020 takes place on the 27th February at Grosvenor House Hotel in London. If you wish to attend our fantastic annual awards ceremony you can buy tickets here, with…

House of Commons Music Industry Debate

  CULTURE MINISTER “NOT RULING OUT” MORE HELP FOR SELF-EMPLOYED   MPs, UK Music Members and MPG Executive Director after the Westminster Hall debate  MPG Executive Director, Olga FitzRoy, together with UK Music members, yesterday attended a Westminster Hall debate…

19 November 2019


In Memoriam: Ed Cherney

Ed Cherney, such a sad loss . . . “We first met in Los Angeles around an AES Convention in 1996. Like many of our friends and colleagues, I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear that Ed Cherney has…

11 November 2019


Shortlist announced for the MPG Awards 2020!

The Music Producers Guild is excited to announce the shortlist for its 2020 Awards, which will take place at Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London on 27th February. With names such as Stormzy, IDLES, Marta Salogni and Nigel Godrich all featuring…

18 October 2019


MPG Newsletter October 2019

Thank you for reading our first monthly newsletter! We want to start sharing with you, our members, what we get up to each month and keep you informed on what’s happening. September was a busy month for the MPG. Pivotal…

10 October 2019


BBC Introducing

The MPG are hosting a panel at BBC Introducing Live, entitled ‘The Making of Great Records’, chaired by MPG Executive Director, Rhiannon Mair, panellists TBC. Nowadays it’s easy to craft a decent demo in the comfort of your own home…

#SelfieLeave at Party Conferences

MPG Executive Director, Olga FitzRoy, spoke at the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservatives party conferences as part of UK Music’s series of fringe events supporting the #Selfieleave campaign for shared parental leave for the self-employed. A number of well-known artists…

29 September 2019


Music Producers Guild reveal ‘Working On Spec’ report at Pivotal Music Conference

  During their ‘Should You Ever Work For Free’ panel at Pivotal Music Conference today (27th September), the MPG discussed a new piece of research showing that many recording professionals are not being paid for their work.   88% of…

18 August 2019


Pivotal 2019 – MPG House Full Programme announced!

The MPG is delighted to present a full programme of panels at this year’s Pivotal Music Conference 2019! Taking place on the 27th September 2019, Pivotal Music Conference will return for a second year to the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham…

28 July 2019

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Will Mason Wins The 2019 MPG LIPA Prize

The MPG is delighted to announce that LIPA graduate Will Mason has been named as the recipient of the 2019 Music Producers Guild Prize, which brings with it a host of benefits including work experience with award-winning professionals, studio equipment…

18 July 2019


#Selfieleave One Step Closer

On Tuesday this week, Shadow Culture Minister, Kevin Brennan MP asked the Business Secretary, Greg Clark MP about shared parental leave for freelancers, following a briefing from the MPG. The answer committed the government to resolving this in the coming…

17 July 2019


CWCID Update – Video now live

Proper credits information on commercial releases are vital to building and maintaining the reputation of recording professionals. Without credits how would anyone know about the vital work of the team behind the artist? Most streaming and download services currently lack…

25 June 2019

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#SelfieLeave update – MPG and UK Music step up the pressure

MPG and UK Music step up pressure on government to give shared parental leave to self-employed Music Producers Guild Executive Director Olga FitzRoy and UK Music chief Michael Dugher have called on the Government to include self-employed workers in the…

25 June 2019


Producers and Engineers Wing of the Grammys: monthly update

  REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER NAMM NOW OPEN FREE WITH CODE FOR RECORDING ACADEMY MEMBERS Music City Center, Nashville, Tenn. July 18-20, 2019 With more than 14,000 registrants, 1,650+ brands and $5 billion+ in buying power, Summer NAMM is the perfect…

24 June 2019


MPG House – Pivotal 2019

Taking place on the 27th September 2019, Pivotal Music Conference will return for a second year to the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham after it’s debut year in 2018. It’s first year saw 250 Delegates attend from all facets of the…

15 June 2019


PRS Foundation Writer Producer Fund

The Writer Producer Fund offers an opportunity for songwriters and writer-producers working in popular musicgenres to further develop their careers and writing/production credits with grants of up to £10,000. Launched in 2017 as a response to the long-term career needs…

5 June 2019


Statement on the collapse of Pledge Music

Industry launches survey to assess impact of PledgeMusic collapse on UK artists   As organisations who want to see the music industry thrive, we are deeply disappointed that PledgeMusic has announced its bankruptcy leaving artists and fans out of pocket…