Sennheiser evolution mics
hit the stage at JamSpot,
a rehearsal and performance
facility in New England.
Boston (December 2, 2008)--Sennheiser has teamed with JamSpot, Inc. to promote Sennheiser mics to up-and-coming musicians.
With two studio complexes in the Boston area, JamSpot provides music and entertainment services in New England, and develops, builds and operates professional sound studios for rehearsal, recording, education and performance. Sennheiser's e 935 and e 835 wired live performance microphones are now being used in all of JamSpot's showcase rooms.
"We're very excited about working with Sennheiser in upgrading the microphones for our Showcase rooms," said Steve Folsom, JamSpot's chief engineer and former FOH engineer for Melissa Etheridge. "Artists ranging from local bands to national acts use JamSpot for pre-production rehearsals, tour preparation and label showcases. Our job is to give them the highest quality, most productive workspace possible. Adding Sennheiser mics to the mix will definitely help us accomplish our goal."
"We're very excited to be working with JamSpot," said David Missall, market development representative for Sennheiser's professional and music industry products in the Northeast region. "There's no question that putting Sennheiser mics in the hands of the thousands of musicians who play at JamSpot is a great way to show off their superior fidelity in a real working environment. It's one thing to test a mic without any accompaniment in a retail store, but quite another to go through your entire set with the band at full volume!"
Sennheiser and JamSpot are in the process of scheduling a series of promotional events, including Sennheiser product clinics and workshops to be held at JamSpot in the upcoming months.