BERKLEY, CA--Meyer Sound has announced the appointments of Jason Rauhoff to the position of technical support / digital products specialist, Michael Maxson to technical support manager, and Brandon Rice to trade show coordinator / technical support. These personnel announcements will further strengthen Meyer Sound’s support for its growing user base.
“Besides our innovative audio solutions, one of Meyer Sound’s strengths is our responsive and expert support with a strong understanding of the needs in mission-critical live sound environments, as well as cinema and fixed installation markets,” says John Monitto, Meyer Sound’s director of technical support. “Jason, Michael, and Brandon have all made their marks in various areas of professional audio and are excellent resources as we continue to expand our support capabilities.”
A noted FOH mixer, programmer, recording engineer, and sound designer of 16 years, Jason Rauhoff is joining Meyer Sound as digital products specialist to provide training and support to users of the Matrix3 audio show control and D-Mitri digital audio platform. Rauhoff has extensive experience implementing Meyer Sound solutions in theatrical applications. His credits include Zumanity, ZAIA, CRISS ANGEL Believe, and Viva ELVIS, as well as Dragon's Treasure, a multimedia extravaganza at City of Dreams, Macau.
Promoted to technical support manager, Michael Maxson will serve as a key liaison managing the technical support requirements of Meyer Sound customers. Since joining the company in 2003, Maxson has been instrumental in supporting high-profile tours such as Rod Stewart, Metallica, Mudvanye, Dane Cook, and Buckcherry and Avenged Sevenfold. Maxson was previously systems designer and engineer at Walt Disney Entertainment in Orlando.
Joining the company as technical support/ trade show coordinator, Brandon Rice will manage the technical and logistical planning for Meyer Sound trade shows and assist with customer support. Brandon’s front-line professional audio experience spans from being a stagehand to mixing rock & roll, corporate, and Broadway shows such as the Tony-winning In the Heights.