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GENELEC Partners With Indian Recording Arts Academy Awards (IRAA) 2023

The Indian Recording Arts Academy Awards (IRAA) is happy to announce GENELEC as the official Platinum Partner for the 2023 IRAA awards, which is now in its 17th consecutive year. Based in Iisalmi, Finland, and celebrating its 45th anniversary this year, Genelec’s active studio monitoring solutions enable audio professionals to produce accurate, reliable mixes that translate consistently.

It is a matter of great pride for IRAA to enter into a Platinum Partnership with Genelec, and I am grateful to this iconic studio brand – which I have admired immensely since 1986 as the defacto standard in studio monitoring. This partnership will see serious effort on the part of IRAA to grow nominations across categories. Genelec’s support for IRAA is a true recognition of the sound engineering fraternity of India who have contributed to establish a creditable award platform now reputed worldwide, “ said Anil Chopra, founder and chairman of the IRAA awards (pictured right).

The IRAA continually strives to bring into the limelight excellence in sound engineering and music production in India that define independent and popular music culture,” said Smita Rai, IRAA director. “We are fortunate to have Platinum Partners – Genelec to share our passion, vision and mission. The IRAA Awards is India’s highest honor for studio sound engineering, so it’s only fitting that we have one of the world’s top studio brands partner with us for this year’s awards.”

Genelec has had a long and happy relationship with the music, broadcast and post-production community in India, so partnering with the IRAA is a natural step forward in increasing our support for this important international market,” added Genelec managing director Siamäk Naghian (pictured left). “As a company, we have really admired India’s rich cultural heritage and talent for content creation, and we are very excited about the creative potential that this region offers. So, we are delighted to support the IRAA and wish them every success with the upcoming awards event.”

The 17th Indian Recording Arts Academy awards is planned as an Independent, standalone, red-carpet, black-tie event. A 12-member jury consisting of top audio engineers, music producers and arrangers support the IRAA committee’s efforts and vision. Besides IRAA honorary chairman – KJ Singh, the jury comprises of Anindo Bose, Avinash Oak, Daman Sood, DJ Phukan, Goutam Basu, P.A. Deepak, S. Sivakumar, Sai Shravanam, Sita Raina, Vijay Rathinam, and Vijay Thomas Kurien.The date and venue of the ceremony will be announced at a later date.

The nominations for IRAA are live now on .