For Release: October 25, 2012
DAW leader adds its support to the AES Project Studio Expo
SAN FRANCISCO: Avid, a long-time AES Convention participant, has joined the 133rd Convention’s growing list of sponsors. “AVID is certainly an important company in our industry and we are happy to have them on board as a sponsor” reports AES Managing Director Bob Moses. “The Project Studio Expo is especially relevant in AVID’s world, and we’re looking forward to serving this market with all that AES has to offer.”
AVID joins Presonus, Lynda.com and Sennheiser as co-sponsors of the Project Studio Expo, and M-Audio and Akai Professional as Platinum convention sponsors. “We have a strong commitment to serving the project studio world.” said Moses. “It’s no mistake that the majority of our convention sponsors this year play in that market.”
“AES serves a vital role for the pro audio community by offering product introduction, education and networking opportunities for end-users, resellers and manufactures alike," says Tony Cariddi, pro audio marketing manager at Avid. "We’re proud to sponsor the 2012 AES Project Studio Expo and are excited to meet with partners and customers to share successes and collaborate on how to help them meet their challenges in the coming year.”
“We are delighted to welcome Avid and our other sponsors to the 133rd AES Convention,” Moses concludes. “Their participation is a credit to the hard work of the Convention Committee, and the extraordinarily diverse and timely program they have developed. A close review of our Preliminary Calendar reveals an exciting agenda that bridges the latest and oldest technologies, techniques, and people.
For a detailed Preliminary Calendar of Events please visit: http://www.aes.org/events/133/calendar/calendar.cfm
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