Part of Grammy Week, a Recording Academy Special Merit Award has been presented to Waves Audio, recognising its innovation in professional music production software.

Meir Shaashua, Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing Co-Chair James McKinney and Gilad Keren
Meir Shaashua, Recording Academy Producers
& Engineers Wing Co-Chair
James McKinney and Gilad Keren

The Special Merit Grammy is awarded by vote of the Producers & Engineers Wing Advisory Council and Producers & Engineers Wing Chapter Committees and ratified by The Recording Academy’s National Trustees. It is presented to companies that have made outstanding contributions of technical significance to the recording field.

‘What started as a dream 30 years ago has grown into a vibrant company with hundreds of products and over 100 talented employees. We would like to thank our staff, past and present, whose tireless dedication continues to enable us to make the tools that are used by many of you in this room,’ said Gilad Keren, founder and CEO of Waves Audio, addressing at the ceremony on Saturday, February 12, 2011. ‘We would especially like to thank all the producers and engineers who have collaborated with us in making this all happen. Everyone at Waves would like to recognize the late Michael Gerzon as a mentor and a friend, whose important industry contributions and technical documents continue to inspire us to this day.’

Waves joins a prestigious list of Special Merit Grammy recipients, which includes Apple, Sony/Philips, Shure and Yamaha.

Acknowled during the live Grammy broadcast, the award was made at an invitation-only ceremony held at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre. ‘On behalf of everyone at Waves, we are proud to accept this award,’ said Meir Shaashua, co-founder and CTO of Waves Audio. It is such a beautiful experience to be part of the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards, celebrating along with our colleagues and peers. Waves has accomplished a great deal in the two decades since our founding, and we look forward to furthering our contributions as the years progress.’

More: www.waves.com

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