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TC Electronic Refocuses Broadcast and Production Division
Risskov, Denmark - Jun 7, 2013 - Both Thomas Lund and Thomas Valter are well-known faces at TC Electronic, but a restructure for the Broadcast and Production business vertical redefines their roles and areas of responsibility. Until recently, Lund has held the position of HD development manager and Valter has been HD business manager at TC Electronic, which is part of the TC Group of companies. Moving forward, Valter will focus entirely on developing business strategies for the broadcast and production segment in his new role as VP of business management, broadcast and production. Valter will continue to develop business strategies internally as well as with external business partners, including suppliers, sub-suppliers and co-op partners.
Thomas Lund will be TC Electronic's CTO for broadcast and production. While he will remain a key figure in the development department, he will also increase his position as an expert on audio loudness. Lund was among the first to document the sonic consequences of the loudness wars in music production, and for more than a decade, he has presented papers on loudness and true-peak level at relevant audio conferences around the globe. This has influenced how broadcast standards have emerged and evolved away from proprietary technology and toward the transparent and facts-based solutions we have today. Research, standards and conferences will be a major part of Lund's responsibilities in his new role.
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