6th Annual TECnology Hall of Fame
Saturday, January 15, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM (PST)
Saturday, January 15, 2010
Anaheim Convention Center
Hosted by George Petersen, Executive Editor, Mix Magazine
Come join your peers and celebrate the products and innovations that have made a significant contribution to the advancement of audio technology at the TECnology Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony. The inductees are chosen by a panel of more than 50 recognized audio experts, including authors, educators, engineers, facility owners and other professionals.
ADMISSION IS FREE. Seats are limited. so please register early!
6th Annual TECnology Hall Fame Inductees
First Audio Equalizer/Bandpass Filter (1915)
E.C. Wente & A.L. Thuras: Western Electric 555-w
First High Frequency Compression Driver (1926)
James B. Lansing/Lansing Manufacturing Co.: Lansing Iconic •
First Recording Studio Monitor (1937)
Alec Harley Reeves: Pulse Code Modulation Patent (1939)
Ampex Corporation: Model VRX-1000
First Commercial Video Recorder (1956)
Sennheiser: MD-421 Microphone (1960)
Dave Smith: Sequential Circuits Prophet-5
First Polyphonic Programmable Synthesizer (1978)
Marty Garcia: Future Sonics Ear Monitors
First In-Ear Monitoring System (1985)
Gilad Keren & Meir Shaashua: Waves Q10 Paragraphic Equalizer
First Audio Plug-In (1992)
Dr. Harold Hildebrand: Antares Auto-Tune (1997)
Founded in 1990, the TEC Foundation for Excellence in Audio is a 501(c) (3) public benefit corporation, dedicated to recognizing and furthering excellence in audio, video, music and other communications media arts. The Foundation’s signature program is the Technical Excellence & Creativity Awards, honoring outstanding achievement in audio technology and production. The Foundation endows scholarship programs for the audio arts and sciences at leading universities and presents its own TEC Scholarship to deserving students. It also supports organizations working to educate professionals and the public about the prevention of noise-induced hearing loss, The TEC Foundation has contributed more than half a million dollars to these causes.
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