Soundcraft, Studer, AKG Appoint Shorter to Technical Services Manager
Northridge, CA - Apr 5, 2012 - Harman has appointed Paul Shorter to the position of technical services manager for its Soundcraft, Studer and AKG brands. A 22-year pro audio veteran, Shorter joined Harman in 2009 as field applications engineer, specializing in support for the Soundcraft and Studer digital console ranges. In addition to his new position of technical services manager, Shorter continues as an active field engineer and provides technical sales support.
Shorter started his electronics career in 1979 as an apprentice for a small TV and video rental store and service department in southeast England. He studied TV and industrial electronics at Southend College of Technology (now South East Essex College of Arts and Technology), then spent six years working for GEC/Marconi Avionics testing Airborne Radar line units for Tornado aircraft before entering pro audio in 1989 working for AMS.
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