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Sennheiser’s Professional Systems Division Names B&H Photo Video Dealer of the Year

scaled_e1273540962.jpgOLD LYME, Conn. – May 11, 2010: The U.S. subsidiary of headphone and microphone manufacturer Sennheiser named B&H Photo Video, Inc. its 2009 dealer of the year for excellent sales, customer support and comprehension of Sennheiser’s diverse line of professional audio systems and solutions.

To express its thanks, Sennheiser made a generous donation to the American Red Cross’ Haiti Relief and Development fund in the name of B&H Photo Video. The donation supports the emergency relief and recovery efforts for those affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti. more

Endless Analog Founder/President Chris Estes Addresses the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences In Arizona

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— Inventor-manufacturer of CLASP® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) provides unique insights into analog recording and the use of CLASP, effectively bridging the worlds of digital and analog —

NASHVILLE, TN, May 7, 2010 — The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) recently hosted two days of workshops and seminars with Chris Estes, Founder/President of Endless Analog, the Nashville-based manufacturer and distributor of the revolutionary, critically acclaimed CLASP® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor). Estes led four in-studio sessions at CRAS, where students and faculty were given the unique hands-on opportunity to experience CLASP and learn Estes’ insights on analog recording, ranging from tracking methods right through the final mix. Drawing upon his vast experience on both sides of the glass and as an inventor, Estes discussed analog recording and worked closely with the Conservatory’s Director of Education Kevin Becka and Conservatory Technician Jeff Harris for the sessions. Estes used CLASP to merge Studio A’s Studer A 827 analog recorder and the Pro Tools HD system into a singular system.

“Our time with Chris and CLASP was a mind blower for both faculty and students,� commented Kevin Becka. “CLASP is an inspirational piece of gear. It gives artists, engineers and producers an incredible array of tools for cutting great sounding tracks. We were easily able to audition and record tracks at different tape speeds during a session, giving us the ability to do overdubs with more or less tape saturation depending on the instrument. Students could easily hear the quality difference between straight digital recordings and tracks cut through CLASP.� more

Sennheiser’s Systems Integration Division Names Southern California Sound Image “Dealer of the Year�

e1272855677.jpgOLD LYME, Conn. – May 3, 2010: The U.S. subsidiary of headphone and  microphone manufacturer Sennheiser names Southern California Sound Image its 2009 dealer of the year for excellent sales, customer support and comprehension of Sennheiser’s diverse line of installed sound systems and components.

To express its thanks, Sennheiser made a generous donation to the American Red Cross’ Haiti Relief and Development fund in the name of Southern California Sound Image. The donation supports the emergency relief and recovery efforts for those affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti. more

Waves Audio Appoints Clyne Media to Lead International Public Relations Initiatives

— Clyne Media’s role increases in scope as Waves expands its global marketing efforts —

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, April 29, 2010 — Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing solutions, announces the appointment of Nashville- and New York-based firm Clyne Media, Inc. to handle its international public relations efforts, effective immediately. The two organizations already have a close working relationship, as for several years, Clyne Media has handled Waves’ PR in the United States. The announcement was made by Mick Olesh, Waves Executive VP, Sales & Marketing, and further underscores Waves’ commitment to its marketplace.

“We are thrilled to have Clyne Media take on our international PR,� stated Olesh. “As they have shown us through the years, Robbie and his team have a great reputation throughout the industry, with the right expertise and level of experience to get the job done. They continue to be an enormous asset for our company and loyal end user base, and expanding their duties beyond the United States market is a natural step forward for Waves, as we look to continue increasing our market share and brand awareness.� more

Top Performing Sennheiser Employees Honored During Company’s Global Conference in Germany

President’s ClubOLD LYME, Conn. – April 19, 2010 – Audio specialist Sennheiser announced that three of its top-performing U.S.-based employees have been inducted into the company’s President’s Club. Gene Albrecht, Tom Facciolla and Ed Maloney were each recognized during Sennheiser’s Global Conference, held in Germany last month.

The Sennheiser Global Conference is a corporate strategy meeting held each spring, and hosts Sennheiser employees from all over the world. The President’s Club was established in 2007 to recognize and reward sales associates who deliver outstanding sales results.

Albrecht, Facciolla and Maloney each significantly exceeded their 2009 sales quotas, despite challenging economic conditions. Albrecht achieved outstanding sales success in the South Central region, Tom Facciolla significantly expanded Sennheiser’s business in the greater NYC, NJ and PA area, while Ed Maloney effectively managed the growth of Sennheiser’s consumer business in the Eastern U.S. more

Waves’ Virtual Stock Software Distribution System Enhances macProVideo.com Product Availabilty

WAVES’ VIRTUAL STOCK SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ENHANCES macProVideo.com PRODUCT AVAILABILITY

— macProVideo.com products are now always in stock at end-users’ favorite authorized macProVideo.com retailers —

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, April 9, 2010 — Waves Audio announces that one of the multimedia industry’s top educators, macProVideo.com, will be joining Waves’ pioneering Virtual Stock Software Distribution (VSSD) fulfillment program, as an alternative means of product distribution. Now, the complete range of macProVideo.com products will always be accessible to end users, through their favorite authorized macProVideo.com retailer, and they will never be “out-of-stock.�

After customers purchase a macProVideo.com product, the dealer will enter the order number and instantly receive unique serial numbers, printed on a receipt or given to the customer. These numbers unlock the copy-protected software, which is then available for download at the customer’s convenience. more

Audemat to Celebrate 30 Years in Broadcast

Bordeaux-Merignac, April 8th – Audemat, the founding company within the WorldCast Systems group, will this year celebrate thirty years in broadcast at the NAB 2010 show in Las Vegas.

To mark the occasion, the WorldCast Systems group are holding a party on their booth C751 on the Tuesday evening during the NAB convention.

Founded in 1980 in Bordeaux, France, Audemat have grown to be a significant player in the industry and have earned the respect of many for their range of professional signal monitoring products, RDS encoders and broadcast facility management tools. Following the acquisition of the transmitter manufacturer, Ecreso in 2006 and APT Codecs in 2009, the group changed its name to WorldCast Systems to reflect their visionary strategy of providing professional, integrated solutions to broadcasters at every step along the broadcast chain. more

Telos Systems, Axia Audio and Omnia Audio Settle Into New Digs

CLEVELAND OH, MARCH 10, 2010 ― Telos Systems, Omnia Audio and Axia Audio are proud to announce a move into a new and greatly expanded headquarters. Now, with larger and more efficient office and R&D space, the organization can continue on the path of growth exemplified by its last 25 years. more

GC Pro Puts Together the Perfect Package for Students at the Pennsylvania Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences

— An Apple MacBook Pro laptop computer, Avid Digidesign Pro Tools LE recording software and an M-Audio MIDI controller get students off to a flying start —

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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, January 11, 2010 — The Pennsylvania Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, the only privately licensed professional audio education facility in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, now supplies its students with a personal recording suite of advanced recording tools assembled and supplied by Guitar Center Professional, (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users. The toolset consists of an Apple MacBook Pro® laptop computer already loaded with Avid Digidesign Pro Tools LE recording software and an M-Audio MIDI controller/interface. The Academy is able to include this suite of recording tools in its current tuition, thanks to discounts provided by GC Pro as part of its efforts to encourage education in the recording arts. The laptop, software and controller package became available to all incoming students as of October 2009, and has also been made available to recent graduates of the Academy’s degree programs.

“This has been a fantastic program for our students,” exclaims Paul Chiacchierini, Vice President of Music operations at the Pennsylvania Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, which is based at both the 4,000-square-foot Racetrack Sound Studios in Gettysburg and at a new 6,500-square-foot facility in Philadelphia. Chiacchierini, who works with colleagues Sal Chandon, the school’s Director, and Chief Engineer Shane Moore, says that over a dozen of the student recording packages have been given out so far, reflecting the Academy’s intensive student-to-teacher ratio of 8:1. “We like to keep the class sizes small, so that every student receives as much attention as they need,” he explains. “But even with two studios in each location, not everyone can get lab time exactly when they want it. So this package literally lets them do their lab work whenever it suits them best.” more

Sennheiser Offers RF Coordination Service for the Vancouver Winter Olympics

willemsen.JPGPointe Claire, Quebec, Canada, December 2009 – Sennheiser Canada, in a coordinated effort with Sennheiser Germany announces the opening of an RF/equipment service and sales facility in conjunction with the upcoming More…XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The facility will offer assistance to radio and television broadcasters from all corners of the globe using Sennheiser technology that requires frequency coordination and equipment service. Broadcasters will be able to purchase Sennheiser’s new 2000 Series wireless systems as well. Sennheiser’s 2010 Olympic RF coordination facility will open on February 6th – six days before the games officially start – and close at the end of day on February 14th. To secure an appointment, it is recommended that broadcasters contact Sennheiser Canada in advance. “Walk-ins” will be accommodated as time permits. more

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