Technical GRAMMY Award

The first Technical GRAMMY was awarded in 1994. This Special Merit Award is presented by vote of the Recording Academy's National Trustees to individuals and/or companies who have made contributions of outstanding technical significance to the recording field.

Past Technical GRAMMY® Award Recipients

Company Technical
GRAMMY Winners

Sony/Philips
Awarded: 1998
 

Georg Neumann GmbH
Awarded: 1999
 

AMS Neve plc
Awarded: 2000
 

Digidesign
Awarded: 2001
 

Apple Computer, Inc.
Awarded: 2002
 

Shure Incorporated
Awarded: 2003
 

Solid State Logic, Ltd.
Awarded: 2004


JBL Professional
Awarded: 2005


Bell Labs/Western Electric
Awarded: 2006


Yamaha Corporation
Awarded: 2007


Ampex Corporation
Awarded: 2008


Universal Audio
Awarded: 2009


AKG Acoustics GmbH
Awarded: 2010


Waves Audio
Awarded: 2011


Celemony

Awarded: 2012

 

Individual Technical
GRAMMY Winners

Dr. Thomas G. Stockham Jr.
Awarded: 1994


Ray Dolby
Awarded: 1995


Rupert Neve
Awarded: 1997


George Massenburg
Awarded: 1998


Bill Putnam
Awarded: 2000


Les Paul
Awarded: 2001


Dr. Robert Moog
Awarded: 2002


Geoff Emerick
Awarded: 2003


Douglas Sax
Awarded: 2004


Phil Ramone
Awarded: 2005


Tom Dowd
Awarded: 2006


David M. Smith
Awarded: 2007


John Eargle
Awarded: 2008


Clarence "Leo" Fender
Awarded: 2009


Thomas Alva Edison
Awarded: 2010


Roger Linn
Awarded: 2011


Roger Nichols

Awarded: 2012