New Appointments at Meyer Sound

Oct 15, 2001 12:00 PM, Editors

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Meyer Sound (Berkeley, Calif.) announced two appointments to its staff.

Buford Jones joins Meyer Sound as the tour liaison manager. In this position, Jones will work with sound companies, tour production managers and artists in support of the company's sound reinforcement products. Based in Nashville, Jones has an extensive background in pro audio as a live sound and post-production mixer, and he has won a TEC Award for his work as a sound reinforcement engineer. He has toured as a live sound mixer or engineered for such acts as Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Faith Hill, Jeff Beck, George Harrison, James Taylor, SHeDaisy and many others.

"It's a real pleasure to welcome Buford to the Meyer Sound team," said Greg McVeigh, director of North American sales. "His experience and reputation are legendary. With him onboard, we now have a powerful team in place to work with the critical touring market. And, more importantly, we finally have someone who knows how to play golf."

In other company news, Luke Jenks is promoted to director of European technical support. Based in Utrecht, the Netherlands, Jenks will provide technical support and design services to Meyer Sound customers in Europe, and serve as a direct technical liaison to the company's headquarters. Having worked previously in R&D, U.S. technical support and design services, and as manager of speaker testing since joining the company in 1989, Jenks brings a thorough knowledge of Meyer Sound products to the position.

"I look forward to making our company's outstanding level of service even more accessible to our European customers by bringing it directly to their time zome," Jenks said of his new role.

For more, visit Meyer Sound online at www.meyersound.com.






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