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Soundcraft Studer Appoints Perez to Applications Engineer
Perez, a veteran with more than 15 years in the audio field, is a recognized professional in the television and audio industry in Puerto Rico. His role in this new position is to support Soundcraft and Studer distributors in the region in all matters related to digital audio consoles. Among his responsibilities, he will be the first line of sales and technical application support for our clients, working with them to enable effective and appropriate use of the product range to meet their specific needs. He will report to Jaime Albors, senior director of sales intercontinental, Harman Professional and will operate from the company’s Intercontinental sales office in San Juan, PR.
Perez joins Harman Professional from Univision Puerto Rico, a network affiliate from the Univision Network in the United States. Perez was the head audio engineer of the production department and had the responsibility of working with the engineering department to design, select and integrate the audio equipment to be used in their daily and special productions. He also worked closely with the station vendors and rental companies in equipment selection and implementation for various national and international productions. Perez also worked as freelance audio engineer for various artists and events in Puerto Rico.
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