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Leading Music Library Company Songs To Your Eyes, Ltd., Launches Latin Division; Releases “Caliente Music” Catalogue


Woodland Hills, CA, November 2, 2009 – Renowned music library company Songs To Your Eyes, Ltd., has launched a new, Latin Music Division, and, concurrently, that division’s first release, the “Caliente Music� catalogue. The announcements were made today by Opher Yisraeli, founder, Songs To Your Eyes, Ltd.           

Comprised of beautifully recorded and authentic Salsa, Cuban, Reggaeton, Latin, Hip Hop, Cocktail Latin Jazz, Merengue, Latin Pop, Rock En Espaniol and other genres, the music featured within the new “Caliente� catalogue was recorded by top notch, live musicians, based in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Miami, and the Dominican Republic. Some recent talent signed to create music for the “Caliente� catalogue include the world renowned, Puerto Rican band “Plena Libre,� “Moises Gonzales� from Cuba, and the hard edge Reggaeton of “Mr. Dominican.� The music featured on “Caliente� can be delivered to clients of more

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advancedaudio_hi.jpgNewark, NJ – November 2009… The recent 9th Annual New Jersey International Music Festival, which featured a dream team of international reggae and hip-hop stars, including “Mr. Throw it in the Bag� Fabolous, the “King of Dance Hall� Beenie Man, Buju Banton, and Rick Ross among others, presented a unique set of challenges for the performers and technical staff tasked with making it all happen. Held September 20th, 2009 at the Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium, the on stage real estate proved to be in rather short supply. As a result, erecting a sound system capable of providing consistent coverage with solid SPL performance to the roughly 5,000 music enthusiasts in attendance was no small undertaking. Ultimately, the challenges of the job were resolved with a sound system featuring Aero Series 2 line arrays from D.A.S. Audio. 

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CNN’s ‘Amanpour’/Stephen Arnold MusicDALLAS, TX — The premiere of “Amanpourâ€? on CNN represents a pivotal new chapter in the career of the news network’s chief international correspondent, Christiane Amanpour. A live global interview program that hosts the world’s elite in politics, culture and beyond, the show makes its presence known with a gripping custom theme from Stephen Arnold Music.

Stephen Arnold Music matched the larger-than-life profile of Amanpour with a strong set of themes – five in all – that reflected her status as one of the top journalists in the field. Written to reach an international audience, the music’s foundation draws off of a signature four-note sonic logo, unfolding via a stirring arrangement of live orchestral strings, horns, and percussion, combined subtly with advanced electronic elements.

”Christiane Amanpour is among the most recognizable talents in the CNN family worldwide,” says more

Peavey Restores Sound at Historic Temple Theater

Historic Temple Theater StageHartley Peavey’s mission to restore the sound of the historic Hamasa Shrine Temple Theater in his hometown of Meridian, Miss., is more than just a professional challenge. It’s personal.

Joseph Lane Peavey, the Peavey Electronics Corporation founder and CEO’s grandfather, was very active in the Hamasa Shriners—his name is even engraved on the Moorish Revival theater’s cornerstone. Like Hartley, J.L. Peavey was an entrepreneur and an inventor with many patents to his credit. Hartley inherited his collection of hand tools when he passed in 1955, and two years later used those tools to build the first Peavey amplifier.


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Penteo Surround Has Strong Presence with Genelec at 127th AES

 Debut of 8260A Monitors Demos New Stereo-to-5.1 Process

Wheeler and Eggleston

Pictured at the AES Genelec booth are (L-R) Penteo president John Wheeler and Genelec Marketing Director Will Eggleston. Photo by David Goggin.

At this year’s AES Convention in NYC, Genelec’s DSP Multichannel Monitoring System was used to demonstrate the new Penteo Surround process, which automatically converts stereo material into 5.1 audio. The Genelec system consists of 3 x 8260A monitors (a new AES product unveiling) in an L-C-R arrangement, 2 x 8240A for the rear channels, and a 7270A subwoofer. Penteo Surround is featured in the hit film “Inglourious Basterds,” with classics such as David Bowie’s “Cat People” in newly upmastered 5.1 Surround.

Genelec’s Will Eggleston commented, “The Penteo system maintained the original frequency spectrum flawlessly.   It was great to hear some of those old more


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