Adam Audio appoints HHB as Canadian distributor

Adam Audio appoints HHB as Canadian distributor

HHB Canada has been named the exclusive distributor for Adam Audio products in Canada, effective 1 May 2015.

Founded in March 1999 in Berlin, Germany, Adam Audio develops, manufactures and distributes loudspeakers in the pro-audio industry utilising the ART (Accelerated Ribbon Technology) tweeter in all of its products.

Adam Audio is represented worldwide through a network of subsidiaries, distributors and dealers in over 70 countries. Ferdinand von Wrede, managing director of ADAM Audio commented: “We are pleased to announce our partnership with HHB Canada. Together we will be able to grow substantially in the Canadian market and best support our customers and end-users in their work with our products.” 

Formed in 1997, HHB Canada is located in Toronto, with sales and service representation across the country. HHB sells and supports a range of industry brands including Blue, Manley Labs, Royer Labs, Rupert Neve Design, SSL and Universal Audio.

Dave Dysart, HHB Canada’s president, remarked: “I have always been very impressed with the quality of Adam Audio, and have followed their success in the industry with great interest. We look forward to increasing the sales and market awareness of this great brand in the Canadian marketplace.”

Pictured: HHB Canada staff. L-R . Dave Misener, product specialist; Tracy Carbert, office administrator; Dave Dysart, president; seated, Norman Verrall, sales manager; Matt Leitch, electronics technician.

http://www.hhbcanada.com

http://www.adam-audio.com

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Early registration for AES Warsaw ends this week

Early registration for AES Warsaw ends this week

Those looking to attend the 138th AES International Convention in Warsaw, Poland on 7 - 10 May 2015 have until Thursday (30 April) to register for their free Exhibits-Plus Badge.

The first-ever AES Convention in Poland will host a wide range of tutorials, workshops, engineering briefs and paper sessions covering a wide range of topics relevant to the professional audio industry.

Topics of focus will include Broadcast and Streaming, Game Audio, Live Sound, Networked Audio, Product Design, Recording and Production, Sound for Picture and more.

The event will also mark the return of Project Studio Expo (PSE) technology showcase, which provides participating companies with a chance to interface directly with interested end users and customers during the convention exhibition.

For information on how to get the Exhibits-Plus badge before this week's deadline (pre-registration required), as well as further details on sessions, subjects, hotels and the Technical Program, visit the website below.

www.aes.org/events/138

 

 

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Audio-Technica to host free Allen & Heath training event

Audio-Technica to host free Allen & Heath training event

Audio-Technica UK, the exclusive distributor of Allen & Heath products in the UK, is hosting a free training event on 29 April aimed at giving attendees an overview of the full range of Allen & Heath digital mixing consoles including QU, GLD and iLive Series.  

The one-day training event will provide attendees with the basic information and skills required to set up and operate their console of choice.

The day will run from 10am until 4pm; all required materials as well as lunch and refreshments are provided.

The day starts with a short introduction to Audio-Technica, a brief history of Allen & Heath as well as an overview of the product range, followed by training in Audio-Technica UK’s acoustically treated Leeds office. The training promises to provide attendees with the capability of approaching any Allen & Heath digital console with basic operating knowledge.

The event will be hosted by an Allen & Heath product specialist, with a period of time at the end to ask any additional questions. Following the training, all attendees will receive a certificate confirming completion.

To sign up, visit this website.

Pictured: Allen & Heath's GLD-80 digital mixing console

www.audio-technica.com

 

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