Seattle, WA (March 19, 2009)–Audio Agent LLC, the new North American sales representation firm for Fairlight US, will hold a US tour demonstrating the latest Fairlight systems while establishing the brand’s first network of Value Added Resellers.
“The timing is right for Audio Agent and Fairlight to work together,” said Audio Agent president, Dave Christenson. “Fairlight has continued to develop their ground-breaking technology to the point where they can truly offer no-compromise audio-for-video post-production systems at surprisingly competitive price points. We’ll be bringing Fairlight demonstrations to key markets and customers over the next several months. There’s a long list of ‘wow’ moments in every demonstration. Their new HD3D audio capability, which is ideally suited to leading-edge motion picture and gaming formats, has to be seen to be believed.”
“We are delivering our breakthrough HD3D technology and the very best customer support in the industry,” added Fairlight CEO, John Lancken. “With Audio Agent onboard, we’ve now added a commercial capacity to create and maintain a service-oriented, highly motivated dealer network. Our new Fairlight Xynergi systems offer unparalleled value; they are literally high-end post-production studios in a box. Compatible with all popular open file formats, Xynergi allows the user to work with any combination of audio and video material, while mixing, matching and cross-fading on the fly. Come see us soon.”
Fairlight US president, Steve Rance, commented, “Fairlight US will continue in its role as the USA importer and technical support center to compliment Audio Agent’s sales activities. We’ve been working together in a limited capacity for several months now and I’m extremely pleased to be expanding our relationship at this point. When you look at the capacity of the whole group, we’re providing a level of commercial and technical support that is currently unrivaled in the audio industry. Remember what it was like to buy truly high-end product? We give our customers that experience for a fraction of the expected cost.”