George Massenburg

McGill University

...designed, authored and presented the 1972 AES paper on the Parametric Equalizer and is regularly published in professional journals and trade magazines worldwide.

...chartered several electronics companies, most notably GML, INC (now GML, LLC) in 1982 to produce high-performance, high-resolution recording equipment.

...currently Associate Professor of Sound Recording at The Schulich School of Music and lecturing at other colleges and universities.

...member of the National Recording Preservation Board of the Library of Congress and an advisor to the Committee for Library Information Resources. In 2004 he was made a Fellow in the Audio Engineering Society

produced or engineered recordings for, among many others, Linda Ronstadt , Aaron Neville, Little Feat, James Taylor, Randy Newman, Lyle Lovett, Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Dixie Chicks, Billy Joel, Earth Wind and Fire, Natalie Merchant, Carly Simon and Michael Ruff. He has been nominated many times for the non-classical engineering Grammy (most recently in 2002 for Mary Chapin Carpenter). His projects have been nominated for Record Of The Year in several years, and has himself won four Grammies, one for Best Engineered Non-Classical in 1990, (for Linda Ronstadt's, “Cry Like A Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind”), and for Best Producer (Children’s Record, Linda Ronstadt’s “Dedicated To The One I Love”); he was awarded the Recording Academy's Technical Grammy for 1997 for numerous contributions to the art and technology of the modern recording studio. He also won the Academy of Country Music Record Of The Year for 1988 (for “The Trio”), and both the Mix Magazine Producer and Engineer Of The Year Awards for 1989 (for Little Feat), and Engineer Of The Year Award for 1991 (for Linda Ronstadt), and 1992 (for Lyle Lovett). He delivered the keynote address to the 50th anniversary of the Audio Engineering Society in New York in September 1997.