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Yorkville Sound Launches Pro Audio Podcast

The Yorkville Sound Podcast is a new monthly downloadable program created by pro audio manufacturer and distributor, Yorkville Sound.

Toronto, Canada (July 23, 2020)—The Yorkville Sound Podcast is a new monthly downloadable program created by pro audio manufacturer and distributor, Yorkville Sound. Taking a monthly discussion format, the podcast is geared toward Music & Pro Audio enthusiasts and is available on Apple, iHeartRadio and Spotify, along with a video version on Yorkville’s YouTube channel.

The Yorkville team drew from in-house resources and know-how to see the idea through from concept to final product. “Everything used to create the podcast, down to the last cable, is an item currently available in the Yorkville catalogue,” says James Greenspan, marketing and communications manager at Yorkville Sound. “We used the ART Tubemix and HeadAmp 4, Apex headphones, two Aston Stealth mics and a variety of Yorkville cables and stands to make it happen. “

Yorkville Sound PodcastEach podcast is a hosted session with a special guest from the MI & Pro Audio field.  “We look forward to in-depth discussions with sound engineers, producers, touring musicians, retailers and more,” says Jeff Cowling, Yorkville Sound’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “We have some outstanding conversations ahead of us.”

The first episode is an interview with Yorkville Sound’s head loudspeaker designer, Todd Michael. Hosted by Yorkville’s Dave Lawrence, Todd recounts the story of his journey from building furniture to designing Yorkville’s Synergy Array Series.

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Cowling adds, “The old saying ‘If these walls could talk’ is the best way to describe the podcast.  On one hand, we have a tremendous well of expertise within the building to impart tips, advice and behind the scenes insight to the Yorkville catalogue. On the other hand, we have over 50 years of contribution to music history.”

Yorkville Sound • www.yorkville.com

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