Waves Audio Adds Product Specialists
Tel Aviv, Israel - Apr 29, 2013 - Waves Audio has expanded its professional team by appointing three additional product specialists worldwide.
Johnny Mann was recently named Waves product specialist, and he will represent Waves in the southeastern U.S. His background includes music supervision, music licensing, music publishing, music composition, live performances and work as a studio musician. His resume includes composer credits for international and domestic U.S. television, film, and commercials.
Returning to Waves is Michael Pearson-Adams, who has been named Waves product specialist. Pearson- Adams was Waves North America product specialist for five years before moving to the Avid Pro Audio specialists team. He's now back with Waves. His background includes work as a producer, mix engineer and writer, in addition to his previous work with Waves.
Handling the Southeast Asia territory will be Kevin Stanley, recently appointed to the position of Waves Live product specialist. He will provide pre- and post-sales service, product demos and training (including workshops and seminars), and he will handle the dealer, distributor and rental/studio clientele in the region. Stanley's background includes live and system engineering for local events and concerts in India; work as a project engineer for Yamaha; pro audio product demos, client training and tech support; and design and system integration for installed sound.
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