SAE Institute Thailand becomes first AMS Neve training partner

SAE Institute Thailand becomes first AMS Neve training partner

Published: ASIA

THAILAND: SAE Institute (Thailand) has become the first ‘AMS Neve Appointed Training Partner’, which will see SAE and AMS Neve Ltd working together to create the first AMS Neve training program aimed at the development of new certified users.

This collaboration was agreed upon in order to build strong links with the Asian media industry, starting with a stream of new graduates for this programme – launching August 20th 2013.

‘AMS Neve Ltd is the pioneering force behind many industry breakthroughs and continues to set the standard for the best sound quality,’ said SAE Thailand. ‘It was a natural choice to have a Genesys in our main studio – an analogue Neve signal path, full digital control, in-line operation and industry standard automation.

‘These facilities provide the best possible training ground for top engineers of the future and a clear commitment to ensuring the future of audio engineering stays faithful to the best possible quality of sound.’

SAE Institute Thailand has a strategic location of six hours flight time to most of Asia’s big cities and is centred on the potential growth that these regions have to offer.

SAE Institute added: ‘With this partnership, we foresee our new responsibility in ensuring the famed SAE Institute's creative media technology curriculum reaches new levels.’

www.ams-neve.com 

bangkok.sae.edu

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