SAE students sample with E-mu
Recording and Studio
/ Ensoniq stepped into a new relationship with the world-famous School
of Audio Engineering (SAE). Founded in 1976, SAE have already established
28 facilities in 15 countries, with several more planned. SAE have recognised
the superior quality and features available from the E-mu 'Ultra' sampler
series, and have decided to re-equip all their studios worldwide
with E-mu E 5000 Ultras. The new samplers will enable SAE students to fully
explore high-quality sampling, sophisticated DSP and, of course, those
famous E-mu filters.
E-mu's Dave Caulfield states:"We have long admired the innovative techniques
of SAE and above all, the range of teaching packages. It is particularly
gratifying that they have chosen to re-equip with the E 5000, because each
year hundreds of SAE graduates will come into the business with a thorough
knowledge of the best samplers on the market".
SAE's Rudi Grieme said;"We are very happy about our strong relationship
with E-mu. SAE s philosophy has always been giving students maximum access
to the best professional audio products available, and E-mu samplers and
sound modules have been the absolute cutting edge for a good two decades.
It s a natural fit - and the students win."
Tom Misner, Founder and President of SAE: "Our students already receive
significantly more studio time than students at any other facility in the
industry. Now through relationships with partners such as E-mu/Ensoniq,
SAE is taking that studio time experience and technology education to an
even higher level".
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