The Recording Academy Voting Members participate in three voting rounds for the Grammys. The first two rounds are used to narrow down the nominees, and the final vote is used to determine the winner. All members participate in the first round; however, each is only allowed to vote in his area of expertise and for the four major categories: record of the year, album of the year, song of the year and best new artist. In the second round, voting is handled by special committees comprised of voting members who narrow down and select the final nominees. The final round of voting includes participation from all voting members, although members only vote in their areas of expertise and in the four major categories. The winners are announced during the Grammy awards presentation ceremony.
Recording Academy Voting Members vote on the winners of Grammy awards. Members may include vocalists, producers, composers, engineers, arrangers, art directors, conductors, album-notes writers, music video artists or technicians. To be a voting member of the Recording Academy, the music professional must have at least six commercially released tracks,
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