Deconstructing the old “you can’t really hear that” line with a logical and effective bit of reasoning based on understanding and expertise.
It seems that the vast majority of the problems encountered with audio in church can be boiled down into just a few categories…
Producer, engineer, composer, musician, studio owner and educator joined AES in 1988 and most recently served as chair of the Financial Planning Committee.
Organizing company’s product development schedule, refining product development process, and more.
Luley managing company’s team of 15 sales managers and sales engineers in the U.S.; Molnar assumes responsibility of newly integrated design services and tech support teams in the Western Hemisphere.
“One of my goals in 2020 is to build membership and continue to recognize that we are a diverse community of members – whether you are a student just exploring the world of audio, a young professional entering the workforce and growing in experience, in mid-career maintaining your skills while learning new ones in our rapidly changing industry, or a seasoned professional who wants to give back to the community as a mentor.” – AES president Agnieszka Roginska
“System integrators and VARs are an essential component of our go-to-market strategy, and it’s time to dedicate a resource to supporting them properly.” – Rich Zabel, VP sales, Riedel North America
Christopher West appointed regional manager for Mid-Atlantic U.S., Cameron Wilkison is new regional manager, Western Canada, and Matthew Rilling named regional support specialist.
Six Danley team members receive promotions; two market specialists also come onboard.
Key executive takes on new role, while strategic realignment of sales and technical services done to provide greater efficiency, closer collaboration and faster response to customer needs.