The Anderton Awards

Anderton, Craig
November 2009
Pro Sound News;Nov2009, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p30
The article announces the recipients of the 2009 Anderton Awards, which includes Waves for the MultiRack live performance that received the This Will Not Make Chiropractors Happy award, the Slate Pro Audio which received the High School Yearbook "Most Likely to Succeed" award and Studio 6 Digital that received the There's an App for That! award.


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