Honorary Doctorate (2022)
Andrew has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Huddersfield for services to international music engineering.
Alongside the prestigious honorary doctorate, Scheps has been awarded the title of 'Visiting Professor' for his work on the 'Heaviness in Metal Music Production' (HiMMP) Research Project.
Honorary Doctorate (2019)
Buckinghamshire New University recognized Andrew as a leading figure in the recording industry with an Honorary Doctorate.
Grammy Award (2015)
Andrew received a Grammy statue for mixing Ziggy Marley's "Best Reggae Album," Fly Rasta.
MPG Award (2012)
Andrew was awarded "International Engineer of the Year" by the Music Producers Guild.
TEC Award (2011)
The 2011 Technical Excellence & Creativity Award for "Outstanding Creative Achievement - Record Production Album" was awarded to Andrew Scheps.
Grammy Award (2006)
Andrew's recording and mixing contributions on Red Hot Chili Pepper's album Stadium Arcadium won him a Grammy for "Best Rock Album." The band also won 3 additional Grammys for "Best Rock Song," "Best Rock Performance," and "Best Boxed Package."