PMC is marking a significant expansion in its U.S. operation with opening a new office and demo facility in Nashville, a city renowned for its musical heritage.

With a client roster that already includes acclaimed music and film industry luminaries such as Grammy Award winners Thomas Newman (Skyfall), Tommy Vicari (Finding Dory), Tony Maserati (Beyonce, Lady Gaga), Pete Lyman (Ben Harper, Dandy Warhols) and David Reitzas (Madonna, Elton John), PMC is keen to improve access for the music makers in Nashville to its extensive range of professional monitor products, including the larger models such as the IB2S-XBD-A and the new MB3-XBD and BB6 monitors.



Dave Cobb, Nashville based double Grammy award–winning record producer and Pete Lyman, co-owner and head mastering engineer of LA based vinyl mastering studio, Infrasonic Sound, cut the ribbon to open the Nashville office. Inside, visitors will be able to demonstrate the entire spectrum of PMC monitors, from compact to the large systems, and even use the facility to mix their own projects in a fully operational studio.

We want to expose as many people as possible to the power and clarity of PMC products, especially our flagship models that are best heard in an acoustically accurate studio environment,” says Maurice Patist, PMC USA’s President of Sales and Marketing.  “We hope that recording professionals will come in and really put our monitors to the test by mixing their own projects through them. We will also be running events with local music technology colleges so that the next generation of audio engineers can experience PMC quality for themselves.”

The new Nashville office and studio will be headed by PMC USA product manager Jordan Shirks, who joined the company’s US team in 2015 after spending six years with console manufacturer API. A Nashville native, Shirks has extensive music industry contacts and is widely respected as a producer and engineer.

Peter Thomas, owner of PMC adds his thoughts, on the new office, “Nashville isn’t just country music any more, it’s one of the most important and influential places in the world for the development of new music. It is aptly called ‘Music City’, as it is a centre for pop, rock, bluegrass, jazz, classical and pretty well every other genre of music. That’s why we decided to open our new US office in the city, where a new generation of studio owners, producers, engineers, composers and singer/songwriters are flocking, making it one of the most vibrant scenes in the USA. PMC is delighted to be part of this growth and we’re looking forward to an exciting future in this exciting city.”

 

 

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