Sound Devices at IBC 2015

​Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Jon Tatooles of Sound Devices.

Portable audio mixers, digital audio recorders and related equipment for feature film, episodic television, documentary, news gathering, live-event, and acoustical test and measurement applications are offered by Sound Devices.  Digital video recorders, monitors and related products, which address a range of video productions, including fast-paced studio applications, live sports and events, as well as mobile, TV, film and documentary productions are offered by Video Devices.

This post is in Partnership with The ProductionHUB.

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