(Newswire Today) Boston, MA, United States, 2010-04-14
- New England’s leading audio and video equipment provider Talamas Broadcast Equipment recently hosted Jim Koomar, co-founder of audio equipment manufacturer Sound Devices LLC, for a lively two-hour seminar covering SD’s newest products.
The complimentary seminar was held at two different times on the same day in order to accommodate the large number of audio engineers and producers who had signed up for the informative event.
Koomar’s presentation covered the latest product offerings from Sound Devices, including best practices for how to get the most out of some of his company’s most sophisticated equipment. Topics covered included the new Sound Devices 552 mixer/recorder, the 788T recording system, the company’s Wave Agent file librarian software, and a preview of soon-to-be-released offerings.
Just days after the Talamas seminars, Sound Devices introduced its latest accessory for its 788T Digital Recorder – the CL-9 Linear Fader Controller.
“Adding the CL-9 turns the digital recorder into a complete mixing/recording system that is especially suited for audio capture in sound-for-picture, broadcast and music-oriented productions,” said Koomar.
Talamas Broadcast (talamas.com) sells and rents audio and video equipment to the broadcast, production, event and theatre industries. Founded in 1979, the company is recognized as the leading RF specialists in the Northeast because of its extensive experience in frequency coordination and multi-channel integration.
Sound Devices’ portable audio mixers, digital recorders, and related products are used worldwide for mission-critical productions including feature film, episodic television, documentary, new-gathering, and acoustical test & measurement. The company (sounddevices.com) designs and manufactures its products in Reedsburg, WI.
Talamas Broadcast serves as the sole authorized reseller for Sound Devices equipment in the Boston Area.