Tube-Tech's new sales engineer,
Jesper Bo Nielsen looks forward
to working with TransAudio Group
in the U.S. and Canada.
Las Vegas (January 6, 2009)--As of this month, TransAudio Group has taken on U.S. and Canadian distribution for Tube-Tech, a Denmark-based manufacturer of tube compressors, equalizers, and mic pres.
TransAudio Group aims to raise Tube-Tech's exposure and sales in the U.S. recording, mastering and touring sound markets. Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group commented, "I am thrilled to be part of this Tube-Tech family. John Petersen, is one of the most respected designers of our day. He is responsible for so many modern 'must haves' and so many future 'vintage classics.' These are pro audio devices that never go out of style, as they are not designed to be a 'color' or reflect a trend or a feature of the moment. They are designed for professional audio people who depend on their gear to always sound good under every condition. Tube-Tech is gear you could make a living with for mastering, an uncommon ability in a disposable world. Tube-Tech is much larger than anyone would guess due to the 'don't tell anyone about my secret weapon' status. It will be an absolute pleasure to represent a brand with such authority and renown."
"We are very pleased with the appointment of TransAudio Group as our new distributor for North America as they are highly respected in the audio business for their serious and honest way of doing business. We have been thinking about working with them for quite some time," said John G. Petersen, president of Lydkraft ApS/TUBE TECH.
In addition to signing with TransAudio Group, Tube-Tech has taken other initiatives to strengthen its position in the U.S. Notably, it has hired sales engineer Jesper Bo Nielsen, a Danish recording engineer, to focus on supporting the U.S. market. The company is also implementing a forward-thinking Internet campaign to publicize Tube-Tech applications with video and other media.