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Symetrix Adds Tantzen
Mountlake Terrace, WA - Dec 4, 2006 - Symetrix has appointed Ray Tantzen to the newly-created position of product and training specialist/field engineer. Tantzen will spend most of his time traveling to help existing and potential customers understand the applications for Symetrix technology and to identify solutions for their needs. While he will work with all of the Symetrix brands, his focus will be on the Symnet line of network audio systems.
Tantzen spent four years as a product specialist at Loud Technologies, Woodinville, WA, where he grew the Tapco brand. His freelance audio engineering activities include studio recording, editing and mixing; location recording and mixing; audio for video; live sound and broadcast mixing. In addition, he developed and taught classes at Seattle's 911 Media Arts.
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