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Resolution Awards 2019 – winners announced

Posted on: Thursday 24th of October 2019

Resolution Awards 2019: our thousands of readers have voted, and on the 16th October at the 147th AES Convention New York the winners were announced.

Analogue mixer= Rupert Neve 5088; DAW/Software suite= Avid Pro Tools 2019; Digital mixer= PreSonus Audio Electronics StudioLive 64S; Dynamics (hardware)= API Audio 529; EQ (hardware)= Rupert Neve Shelford Channel; Interface= Antelope Audio Orion 32+ | Gen 3; Microphone= DPA Microphones d:screet CORE 6060; Monitor= Genelec S360; Plug-in= FabFilter Pro-Q3; Preamp= SPL Crescendo; Processor= Audinate Dante AV; Recorder= Sound Devices Scorpio

In 2019, we opened voting to a wider audience, resulting in many hundreds of extra votes. Visitors to our website and social media pages were able to vote after registering with an email address. The IP address from which each vote originated was recorded, only one vote per IP address was allowed in order to maintain a fair process. The 2019 Awards were also promoted via our digital newsletter to a database of 11,000 audio pros (a supplemental audience to our magazine subscription base). The Resolution Awards recognise quality and innovation in professional audio and your product has been judged to be outstanding in these respects by the best informed readership in the industry.



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