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Synthax appoints Michael Descoteau as broadcast sales manager

The newly created role of broadcast sales manager was created to help Synthax grow its broadcast business segment

Michael Descoteau

Synthax, pro audio distributor of RME, Ferrofish, myMix, Digigram, and Appsys Pro Audio (NAMM show booth 14702, ACC north hall), has appointed Michael Descoteau to the newly created position of broadcast sales manager.

Descoteau, who will start January 2, will report directly to Mathias von Heydekampf, managing director of Synthax.

In his new role, Descoteau will be tasked to grow the broadcast business segment for Synthax, while developing and expanding the company’s independent representative network in North America.

“With our RME, Ferrofish, myMix, Appsys and most recently our Digigram brands, we have a formidable linecard when it comes to audio networking technology,” said Mathias von Heydekampf. “Our appointment of Michael comes at an opportune time as we scale our offerings in the broadcast market. Michael brings an impressive set of capabilities and experience to his new role having worked in top sales capacities as well as alongside systems integrators and others in the broadcasting field.”

Most recently, Descoteau was director of broadcast sales for Dale Pro Audio, where he lead broadcast sales and helped customers develop and implement IP networking schemes, including Dante, AoIP and VoIP. He also assisted in supporting and educating customers on topics such as the changing RF environment and the evolving requirements of broadcast production. Prior to working at Dale Pro Audio, he held roles at Masque Sound, Solid State Logic, and others.

“The broadcast market is already highly dependent on IP technology,” said Descoteau. “Synthax’s diverse lineup of products is able to help companies accelerate their success in a range of broadcast verticals, including sports, entertainment, government and more. We want to expand and extend our opportunities in this market by delivering world-class audio networking infrastructures to our increasing customer base.”

Synthax recently began distributing Digigram, which manufactures a range of professional sound cards and advanced audio coding systems as well as cloud-based codec management services.