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Powersoft names new application engineer for APAC region

Powersoft has hired Raymond Tee as application engineer for the APAC region. Tee brings a wide range of experience in live sound and fixed install application to the role and will report to Powersoft’s global business development manager for fixed install and application engineering manager, rack amplifiers, Marc Kocks. Tee …

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Storyk/Molho families establish Berklee College of Music Scholarship

The recipients of the 2019 Berklee College of Music Scholarship have been announced. The Storyk/Molho Family Scholarship Award was established in July 2018 with a gift to Berklee College of Music of $20,000 by the families of Berklee graduate David Molho, (and upcoming graduate Ivan Molho) and WSDG Founding Partners …

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Yamaha launches new Audioversity webinar training initiative

Mid-May sees the start of a brand new series of webinars from Yamaha, aimed at professional audio engineers, systems integrators and venue technicians. Each webinar will run twice to ensure that as many participants as possible from across Europe, the Americas, Russia, Africa and the Middle East can take part. …

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Interview: ADAM Audio’s CEO on the company’s 20th birthday

Colby Ramsey speaks to ADAM Audio’s CEO Christian Hellinger about the Berlin-based company’s two decades creating professional studio monitoring solutions… — Tell us about how you first got involved with the company. I’ve been at the company for two years now, so unfortunately was not here when it started 20 …

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L-Acoustics acquires DeltaLive UK

L-Acoustics and the L-Acoustics Group have announced the future acquisition of a majority stake in DeltaLive UK, a specialist in audiovisual services and rental. This move follows the November 2018 acquisition by L-Acoustics Group of HGP, a manufacturer of precision sheet metal, and its sister entity, API, specialised in powder …

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AMI April issue now available online

The April edition of Audio Media International is now available online. In this issue, Colby Ramsey speaks to the CEO of ADAM Audio, Christian Hellinger, about how the professional studio monitor manufacturer is marking its 20th anniversary in 2019. Emily Lazar – the first ever female mastering engineer to win …

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NAB 2019: RTW and Avid share new plug-in partnership

RTW and Avid have initiated a partnership to bring RTW Mastering Tools, Loudness Tools and CLC Continuous Loudness Control to the Avid Marketplace in stereo as well as stereo+surround versions. The collaboration was revealed as part of the companies’ NAB Show announcements. With the recent 4.1 update of the RTW …

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Olga FitzRoy and Rhiannon Mair Join the MPG’s Executive Board

The Music Producers Guild has announced the appointment of Olga FitzRoy and Rhiannon Mair to its Executive Board. Both women were elected by MPG Full Members at an Extraordinary General Meeting, which took place in London on April 2, 2019. Olga FitzRoy has been an assistant director of the MPG …

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NUGEN Audio’s Dr. Paul Tapper on ‘playing the long game’

AMI catches up with Paul Tapper, NUGEN Audio’s recently appointed CEO and the brains behind many of the original algorithms in use by the company’s products today… — How did NUGEN first come about and how were you involved in its creation? NUGEN Audio started back in 2004 when co-founders …

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Powersoft continues its commitment to the US market

Powersoft has announced that it has fortified its sales rep and bolstered its service centre network in the USA. The announcement follows the opening of the company’s North American headquarters, which was announced in January of last year. “Our recent investments in our North American infrastructure reflect our continued growth …

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