Blowing our own trumpet…

SOS award nomineeWe’re not normally ones to brag but we hope you’ll forgive us on this occasion – after all, it’s not every day (or year even!) when a company can say they’ve got eight nominees for an industry award!

Sound on Sound have published their shortlist of nominations for their inaugural annual awards – all of which are chosen by SOS editors, writers and reviewers. There are 15 categories in total including DAW Software, Keyboard/Synth, Mixer, Monitors, and Headphones to name a few.

Our nominations fall into the Software Instrument and Sound Library categories and are as follows:

SOS award nominees
SOS award nominees

Software Instrument

Omnisphere (Spectrasonics)
Trilian (Spectrasonics)
Superior Drummer 2.0 (Toontrack)

Sound Library

Cinematic Percussion (Big Fish)
Dark Skies (Zero-G)
Personal Orchestra 4 (Garritan)
Pop Rock Guitars (Nine Volt Audio)
Studio Guitars (Big Fish)

Of course, we’re biased, but we’re really proud of our brands for this sweep of nominations and having delivered the good news to Eric Persing (owner of Spectrasonics) he was excited to see that they are the only brand to have two products nominated in the same category – a great testament to these remarkable instruments.

We’ve got our fingers crossed that come January, when the winners are announced, we’ll have an excuse to brag a bit more 😉

Don’t forget to vote for your favourites and when you do you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win thousands of pounds worth of SE mics!

Click here to visit the SOS voting page

Sound library nominees
Sound library nominees

Posted by Melanie Doidge

Having worked in marketing for over fifteen years with experience in various industries, Time+Space and the world of music production continues to be the most exciting of them all. With our brands consistently pushing the boundaries of technology with their products, the terrific DJs, Composers and Producers using them and the feedback from magazines and our customers, there's always plenty to tell the world about. Musical experience? I reached Grade 6 in piano back in my school days and am currently in the throes of trying to resurrect my abilities!


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