Sound Devices Adds to Engineering Team

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Reedsburg, WI - Apr 6, 2007 - Sound Devices has added Yelena Akhramkov, Brian Flinn, and Tim Goihl to its staff.

Akhramkov comes to Sound Devices from Shure where she was principal engineer--software development. She was the main software architect for numerous DSP-based mixer products and brings more than 15 years experience in software development to Sound Devices. She holds a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Physics from the State University of Ashkhabad, USSR, and has a Masters in project management from Devry University in Chicago. She has the distinct honor of being the Sound Devices employee with the most experience using punch cards to write computer programs.

Flinn is an audio engineer and DSP programmer with nearly 30 years of experience in the audio industry. His resume includes work with Shure, Knight Audio, Innovative Electronics Designs, Electro-Voice, Intersonics and Crown International. He was educated at Waubonsee College and Purdue University.

Goihl comes to Sound Devices from Hi-Techniques in Madison, WI, where he was a system architect, designing data acquisition products. He brings to Sound Devices 20 years of experience in digital hardware and firmware development, as well as DSP algorithm development. He has a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

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