Meyer Sound has announced the addition of Matt Ferguson to its expanding technical support department as digital audio product specialist.
In his new position, Ferguson will support customers in the design and operation of D-Mitri, the company’s new Gigabit network-based digital audio processing and distribution platform which began shipping in 2010. Ferguson will also be available to support users of Meyer Sound’s loudspeakers, audio show control tools, and Galileo loudspeaker management system.
Prior to joining Meyer Sound, Matt Ferguson was audio technician at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif. for four years, responsible for servicing and installing sound systems for its numerous attractions. For Disney’s newest “World of Color” nighttime water spectacular, Ferguson played an instrumental role in the design, documentation, installation, and tuning of the Meyer Sound loudspeakers in the production.
He also worked closely on the programming of the D-Mitri system which drives the entire show’s audio playback and routing. Ferguson was a contract engineer for Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA for two years, mixing its weekend services and acting as the local technical director for its satellite Irvine campus.
“We are absolutely delighted to have Matt join us as we continue to expand our support resources,” says John Monitto, director of technical support for Meyer Sound. “With his field experience applying Meyer Sound’s digital technology and loudspeakers as well as his extensive training from our education program, I am convinced that our customers will benefit greatly from Matt’s exceptional technical expertise.”
Reporting to Monitto, Ferguson will work closely with Richard Bugg, Meyer Sound’s digital product technical support manager, and Jason Rauhoff, digital audio product specialist. Ferguson is based at Meyer Sound headquarters in Berkeley.
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