LIPA’s ‘Most Promising Student’ visits AMS Neve HQ11th September 2015
This week, we had the pleasure of meeting Saam Jafarzadeh here at AMS Neve HQ.
Saam, who was presented with the Music Producers Guild Prize as the ‘Most Promising Student’ at the LIPA graduation ceremony earlier this year, visited us to collect his prize of a 1073N and was also invited to take a tour of the AMS Neve factory.
The many other benefits Saam will receive as a result of winning the MPG Prize, includes the opportunity to work alongside top recording professionals such as producer Mark Ronson, engineers Tom Dalgety and Haydn Bendall and mastering engineer Mandy Parnell. He will also be given the chance to intern at RAK Studios, winner of the 2014 MPG Award for Best Studio.
We wish Saam all the best in his future endeavours!