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TransAudio Group Appoints Stephen Earnest As Business Development Manager, Southeast

Nashville-based pro audio veteran charged with making a targeted effort to increase awareness of the company in the southeastern U.S.
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Stephen Earnest, the new business development manager, southeast, for TransAudio Group.

TransAudio Group has announced the appointment of Nashville-based Stephen Earnest as its new business development manager, southeast, where he is charged with making a targeted effort to increase awareness of the company in the southeastern U.S.

For the past four years, Earnest served as an account executive for Vintage King Audio, advising and outfitting project studios, multi-room facilities, post, and ATMOS integrations. Prior to that, he worked as a studio and live engineer along with providing sound design for houses of worship. And, he’s also the co-owner of Gnome Recording Studios in Nashville.

“I’ve known Brad [Lunde, TransAudio Group founder/owner) and the team for many years and couldn’t be prouder to join them in providing dealers and recording professionals products that will help create incredible art and grow the music industry throughout the southeast,” Earnest says.

Lunde adds, “We’ve been looking for the right person to handle the growing needs of, not only Nashville but, the entire southeast and Stephen is exactly right.”

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