Professional Sound - April 2017 - Page 11

Tim Marshall Joins Erikson Audio as Product Manager Erikson Audio has announced that Tim Marshall has joined the company in the role of product manager. Marshall is a veteran of the Cana- dian music industry as a musician, recording engi- neer, and former TIM MARSHALL marketing manager for Yorkville Sound. He started his career in the industry in the early 1990s as a sales associate at Long & McQuade. “Tim’s background and vast experience make him a great addition to the Erik- son Audio team,” says Jeff Carman, VP of Erikson Audio. “We are excited to have him onboard.” For more information, contact Erikson Audio: 514-457-2555, FAX 514-457-0055,, WFW’s February Freeze Welcomes Record- Breaking Attendance On Tuesday, February 7 th , William F. White played host to record-breaking February Freeze attendance as over 1,000 produc- tion professionals descended upon the William F. White Centre in Toronto to view the latest screen-based technologies and advancements. This year’s showcase featured an expanded footprint along with extended hours and new features. These included the Indie Village, with educational panels featuring representatives from organizations such as CBC Creators Network, Telefilm Canada, and BravoFact. February Freeze also shone a spotlight on two major new initiatives: the recently-launched Whites Camera department and newly-relocated Whites Location Equipment Supply (Whites LES). Whites Camera also presented its first-ever anamorphic panel featuring some of Canada’s most renowned DPs. For more information, contact William F. White: 416-239-5050, KV2 Celebrates 15 th Anniversary in 2017 KV2 Audio is celebrating its 15 th anniversary this year. In 2002, KV2 began its journey in a small cottage tucked away in the forests of Southern Bohemia near the Czech town of Milevsko. In January of 2003, the ES System was released at The NAMM Show and the company has been growing ever since. Now housed in a 9,000-sq. m. custom-built factory in Milevsko, KV2 man- ufactures everything in-house except GEORGE KRAMPERA SR. transducers, which are still imported from Italy. “We have never compromised our design principles to follow market trends,” says KV2 Founder and Chief Engineer, George Krampera Sr. Krampera was seen as a rebel for many years as he bucked the industry trends in digital technology and line array systems, but he says he’s been vindicated with KV2 being specified into more and more high- end installations. “For KV2, it is only about one thing,” he adds – “the sound.” For more information, contact KV2 Au- dio: 905-409-0973,, PROFESSIONAL SOUND 11