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Christopher Juried

Christopher Juried

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Audio Fields:

  • Acoustics, Psychoacoustics, Hearing - Measurement and Instrumentation
  • Recording Industry - Music Recording/Mix Studio
  • Recording Industry - Mastering Studio
  • Live Sound - Concert Sound
  • Live Sound - Public Address
  • Live Sound - Church Sound
  • Product Design & Manufacturing - Software
  • Product Design & Manufacturing - Hardware

Job Duties:

  • Engineer
  • Hardware Designer
  • Manufacturer
  • Mixer
  • Recording Engineer
  • Researcher
  • Sound Designer
  • Technician

About

Tube Equipment Corporation
http://www.tubeequipment.com

History Of Recording.com
http://www.HistoryOfRecording.com

Early exposure to pro audio was the case for Chris Juried. Born in New York City, his father Skip Juried was a recording engineer at several major studios in the 60's, 70's and 80's. Growing up around these working studios exposed Chris to cutting edge audio, even as a child. One studio housed an infant Eventide Clockworks in the basement and Richard Factor would drag new prototypes into the control room for his dad to hear as they were designed and built mere feet away.

These childhood experiences made Chris choose recording as his future career in the footsteps of his dad. Also moving to South Florida, he arrived at New River Studios at age 14 seeking an internship. Chief Engineer Larry Janus was dismissive of this new arrival at first. Then Chris dropped off an Ampex 354 tube tape electronics and told him its history and began to speak beyond his years. He was In!

Many years and many studios later, Larry and Chris were talking about the great sound of the compressors Larry had built in the 80's which lived at New River Studios and how the world still needed that sound. Talk turned to action as a formal partnership was created as Tube Equipment Corporation.

Tube Equipment Corporation is now comprised of its, branded, Vacuum Tube Recording Equipment division as well as its Industrial Test and Measurement Equipment division.


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