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Soundcraft Studer Appoints Tunnicliffe as U.S. Field Support and Applications Engineer
Northridge, CA - Mar 7, 2012 - Soundcraft Studer has appointed James Tunnicliffe to the position of field support and applications engineer, covering the Eastern region of the United States. In this position, Tunnicliffe will be primarily responsible for providing service support and technical and operational training for the Studer product line as well as Soundcraft's lineup of digital audio consoles.
Since September 2002, Tunnicliffe has worked for Euphonix as a field service engineer and product specialist. In these positions, Tunnicliffe provided support for digital audio consoles in live, OB, broadcast post and music recording environments. Prior to his time with Euphonix, Tunnicliffe worked for Design FX Audio and Westlake Audio.
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