Hillel Resner wrote for Mix Magazine for several years before the idea of creating a special award for audio engineering came into existence. Hillel worked alongside David Schwartz, the founder of Mix, to establish what is now known as the TEC Awards. The goal behind the awards is to recognize excellence in the Pro Audio world and over the years has become a coveted prize for those who design and produce recording equipment. When Hillel left Mix he became the president of the TEC Awards Foundation, and under his leadership the organization established the Les Paul Award as well as moving the annual awards program to the NAMM Show in 2011.
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