Israeli sound company wins a Grammy

December 26, 2010 14:38

It may not be the best song of the year or best new artist, but Israel is taking home a Grammy Award at the music industry’s annual extravaganza on February 11 in Los Angeles.

Tel Aviv hi-tech firm Waves Audio has won a Technical Grammy for its technological achievements and contribution to the field of music via its audio signal processing technologies and audio effects, used in recording, mixing, mastering, post production, surround, live, and broadcast soundPrevious winners include such notable companies as Apple, Sony and Yamaha. Waves Audio’s technology has been used to enhance the recorded sound of everyone from Lady Gaga and Beyonce to U2 and Bruce Springsteen. In addition, Waves Audio technologies have been used in movies such as Shrek, American Beauty and Star Wars.

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