Danley Sound Adds New System DesignerDanley Sound Labs has added Chad Edwardson to its in-house team of engineers and system designers. 4/20/2011 6:51 AM Eastern
Danley Sound Adds New System Designer
Danley Sound Labs has added Chad Edwardson to its in-house team of engineers and system designers.
Danley Sound Labs has added Chad Edwardson to its in-house team of engineers and system designers. He will assist clients with product selection and application details, and he will assist the Danley R&D team to create products that offer ideal solutions to real-world challenges, according to the company.
Edwardson found his way into the industry almost two decades ago via a well-traveled path. "I was the guy in the band that owned the PA," he said in a statement. After honing his knowledge and skills at the head of a successful Michigan-based production company for six years, Edwardson joined Florida's All Pro Sound. There, he worked in sales and system design for a decade, where he dealt daily with the on-the-ground challenges that test the ingenuity and grit of AV integrators the world over.
"This is a big year for Danley Sound Labs," said company president Mike Hedden, in a statement. "By year's end you'll see Jericho and Genesis Horns delivering extreme high-fidelity in a number of pro football and college stadiums and arenas around the country, as well as around the world. In addition, sales of our patented Synergy and Tapped Horn technologies are growing exponentially, as more end-users experience the Danley difference firsthand. We need Chad's wealth of practical experience to help clients choose and deploy our products for maximum effect and to help guide us in the development of new technologies that solve enduring problems in the industry."
"In my design work at All Pro Sound, I frequently used Danley Sound Labs products," said Edwardson. "In taking this new job with Danley, I was attracted both to its pioneering technologies and its pervasive culture of honesty and integrity. I am excited to apply everything that I know to help guide Danley's growth in the future, and I am also excited to learn from the amazing people here."