Nashville, TN (July 14, 2017)—PMC has opened a new office and demo facility in Nashville. The site, which opened yesterday, includes a fully operational studio where clients can demo all sizes of the company’s systems and even use the facility to mix their own projects.
With the new space, PMC aims to highlight its range of professional monitor products, such as the IB2S-XBD-A and the new MB3-XBD and BB6 monitors which were launched earlier this year at NAMM.
“We want to expose as many people as possible to the power and clarity of PMC products, especially our flagship models that are best heard in an acoustically accurate studio environment,” said Maurice Patist, PMC USA’s president of Sales and Marketing. “We hope that recording professionals will come in and really put our monitors to the test by mixing their own projects through them. We will also be running events with local music technology colleges so that the next generation of audio engineers can experience PMC quality for themselves.”
The new Nashville office and studio will be headed by PMC USA product manager (and Nashville native) Jordan Shirks, who joined the company’s U.S. team in 2015 after spending six years with console manufacturer API. He will work closely with Patist who heads up the company’s Californian head office, and with PMC Nashville dealer Vintage King, which already represents the smaller speakers in PMC’s range such as the twotwo series.
Located in Berry Hill, in a building that has been converted into studios, PMC’s new stereo mixing facility is equipped with IB2-XBD and MB2 main monitors and the full range of twotwo nearfield monitors. It also houses a Pro Tools rig and a range of high-end converters and outboard equipment. The studio, which has its own entrance and car park, is primarily a mixing studio but also has access to a vocal booth in the adjacent facility.
PMC Studio Nashville
2829 Azalea Pl
Nashville, TN 37204