Sonifex begins DaySequerra marketing

The new UK website for US loudness metering and control developer DaySequerra, with links to the homepage of recently appointed distributor Sonifex, is due to go live during the coming week, writes Kevin Hilton.
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The new UK website for US loudness metering and control developer DaySequerra, with links to the homepage of recently appointed distributor Sonifex, is due to go live during coming week, writes Kevin Hilton. Known for its Red Box processors for both radio and TV, Sonifex took on exclusive UK distribution of DaySequerra products at the beginning of September. Sonifex is handling DaySequerra's range of loudness meters and control equipment, low bit rate audio processors, plus its DTS encoders and decoders. Managing director Marcus Brooke (pictured, right, at IBC with David Day) comments, "DaySequerra has some unique and innovative products in its line and they are skilled in surround sound encoding/decoding, low bit rate audio processing and loudness monitoring, metering and management. These are all areas of interest to UK broadcasters." Brooke adds that Sonifex had been looking to add more TV audio products to its offering and that DaySequerra "fits in nicely". David Day, president of DaySequerra, comments, "We are pleased to be working with Sonifex to expand our business in the UK. It is a privilege to be associated with a company that is recognised worldwide for its quality and reliability of its products. We are very confident and excited for the impact that our partnership can make in the audio industry." www.daysequerra.co.uk
www.sonifex.co.uk

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