Archive of the Sound for Picture Category
After an exceptionally successful 12 month trading period, which culminated in a move to larger offices in the USA, internationally acclaimed manufacturer Prism Sound will be using the NAB 2014 platform to introduce post production and broadcaster engineers to its growing family of audio interfaces.
Alongside Orpheus, Lyra and Titan, the company will also be showing Atlas – the third new interface product that Prism Sound has launched in the last year.
“Launching three new products in such a short timeframe meant that our existing premises could no longer cope – to put it simply we needed more space,” says Janice Norton, Prism Sound’s VP US Operations. “We have moved to a larger, ground floor suite close to our former premises in Rockaway, New Jersey, and now have plenty of room to stock the extensive range of products that Prism Sound offers to both the recording and broadcast markets.”
Designed with Prism Sound’s latest and award-winning CleverClox clocking technology and incorporating eight of the company’s popular mic pre’s as standard, the new Atlas interface is aimed squarely at multitrack recording applications. It offers recording professionals ultimate quality analogue and digital I/O for Mac or Windows PC at sample rates up to 192kHz via a simple USB interface. In addition to the USB host interface, Atlas also features Prism Sound’s new MDIO interface expansion slot, which was first incorporated into Titan and announced at AES New York in October 2013. Using this miniature expansion slot users can, for example, directly connect to Pro Tools|HDX systems. A range of other MDIO interfaces is planned for later introduction. Atlas will also run with Apple and Windows native applications over USB.
Atlas, Titan and Lyra are all capable of aggregated operation in both MAC and Windows PC environments. This makes it possible to link up a number of different units for multichannel applications – for example 24 track, 32 track – or even bigger set-ups – while retaining a USB connection for each unit. In the Windows environment, Prism Sound provides a new driver that aggregates the units and presents a single multitrack interface to DAW applications for I/O routing.
At NAB 2014, Prism Sound is also showing its full range of Test & Measurement solutions, including the versatile dScope Series III Audio Analyzer. This award-winning unit features a freely-available test suite that can be used to evaluate the performance and compliance of any loudness meter on the market. As US broadcasters are now legally obliged to comply with the ATSC A/85 standards, Prism Sound’s test suite enables them to properly evaluate all loudness meters and ensure that their chosen product can deliver both ATSC and ITU BS.1770 compliance.
To find out more about the Prism Sound range and to demo the new Atlas interface, please visit NAB booth C1944. The company’s new address is Suite 1, 45 Pine Street, Rockaway, NJ 07866. The telephone and fax numbers remain the same.
About Prism Sound
Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors. The company’s product range includes the Prism ADA-8XR precision 8-channel converter unit, which is regularly used for music and film soundtrack projects by clients such as EMI Abbey Road, BBC, Sony, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney. Prism Sound also manufactures a range of audio test and measurement products, including the de facto standard DSA-1 handheld digital audio generator/analyser and the dScope Series III audio analyser system.
For more information: www.prismsound.com
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Now Occupies Former Ocean Way Mastering Space
Pictured in the new Ocean Way studio are (L-R) Robin Goodchild, Ocean Way manager; Fool's Gold's Luke Top and Lewis Pesacov, and producer/engineer Matt "Linny" Linesch. Photo by David Goggin.
Enterprising young producer/engineer Matt “Linny” Linesch has settled in to his new private studio, the space formerly occupied by Ocean Way Mastering in the renowned Hollywood recording complex founded in the 1950s. Linesch gained widespread recognition for the self-titled Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes album that he mixed in Ocean Way’s adjacent Studio B.
Linesch’s first project in his new room was with LA group Fool’s Gold, fronted by Luke Top and Lewis Pesacov. Fool’s Gold music weaves together Western pop aesthetics with African rhythms and melodies. Previous Linesch credits include albums for Dave Mason, Insects vs Robots, The Cerny Brothers, and Wagons.
“After working at Ocean Way on Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, I really got a good feeling about the studio, the staff and the productive atmosphere,” says Linesch. “When this space became available, I jumped at the chance to move my equipment from our studio in Ojai and make Hollywood my new base of operations. It’s exciting coming to work every day and meeting the kind of musicians that gravitate to Ocean Way. It reminds me of the days where there was a feeling of community among music makers at good studios.”
Before his move to Ocean Way, Linesch resided in Ojai, CA, running a studio coined “The Ed Shed,” where he worked alongside Alex Ebert on Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. While in Ojai, Linesch engineered two Edward Sharpe records, “Here” and “ESMZ”. He also engineered the Golden Globe-winning score for “All Is Lost,” composed by Alex Ebert.
Matt Linesch (aka Linny) was born and raised in Los Angeles. His deep love and dedication for creating music includes his passions as a producer/engineer, as well as being a musician himself. Linesch enjoys working with a wide-ranging diversity of artists, helping to develop their individual musical goals.
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Major update to professional audio editor and post-production tool includes integration of Final Cut Pro X technologies
Minneapolis – April 2, 2014 – Audiofile, a leading music technology company, today announced the latest major update to Triumph, their acclaimed audio editor and post-production tool for Mac.
Currently featured as a “Best New App” and “Great App for Final Cut Pro” on the Mac App Store, Triumph 2.3 now supports Final Cut Pro X XML import and export complete with video preview, placing it among the App Store’s most powerful audio editors for sound designers, video editors and filmmakers.
“Triumph 2.3 represents a significant step forward for Final Cut Pro X integration,” according to Matthew Foust, Audiofile Managing Partner and co-founder. “With this release we’ve made it even easier for filmmakers the world over to create sound for their films that is as beautiful and polished as the their visuals.”
In addition to bridging the gap between sound design and Final Cut Pro X, Triumph 2.3 introduces iCloud support, adding to its already rich list integrated Mac technologies. With the inclusion of iCloud support, users are now able to share Triumph projects across all of their personal or studio machines and iOS devices.
“Support for the latest Apple technologies isn’t just a box we check,” says Ev Olcott, Senior Software Architect and co-founder. “Apple technology—from iCloud to Applescript and nearly everything in between—is quite literally at the core of what we do and it has been since the beginning.”
Triumph has been completely rebranded when Creative Director Joseph Kuefler joined the Audiofile team.
Triumph 2.3 is only the latest in a planned roadmap of major updates, all in an effort to further distinguishes it as the flagship Audiofile app for Mac.
For more information about Triumph, visit http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/triumph/
Audiofile is a boutique technology company building apps that power the worlds musicians and audio engineers. Founded by Ev Olcott and Matthew Foust in 2004, Audiofile is among the most innovative and experienced audio software developers for Mac OS X and the iPhone with a long history of industry-firsts to their name.
Learn more about Audiofile’s entire range of music apps for Mac and iOS at www.audiofile-engineering.com, www.facebook.com/audiofileeng and on Twitter, @weareaudiofile.
“The best microphone I’ve ever put on a human voice.”
Pictured is producer Mitch Allan with the TELEFUNKEN ELA M 251E in his studio, The Guest House. Photo by David Goggin.
Top producer/songwriter Mitch Allan is also a gifted engineer and good at multitasking with a variety of artists such as Melissa Etheridge, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, and Selena Gomez. Up until recently his main mic was a vintage AKG C12, but now his first choice is a new TELEFUNKEN ELA M 251E hand-crafted in America, a stunning re-creation of the time-honored large diaphragm tube microphone.
“My first wow microphone was my vintage C12,” he recalls. “I explained to Chris Bolitho at Vintage King that this mic changed my view of microphones and asked him what else I might need.” Allan then took a tour of the new showroom at VKLA. “To look at all the gear you want in one room, it’s not online, it’s not a picture, it’s in the room. It kind of blew me away. They handed me a flight-case with the Telefunken ELA M 251E and I took it back to my studio to try it out.”
Writer-producer Mitch Allan has sold over a million records as an artist, and over 20 million as a producer and songwriter. He’s had two #2 singles, was nominated for a Grammy and has worked with such diverse and respected artists as Chris Daughtry, Faith Hill, Kelly Clarkson, Simple Plan, The Jonas Brothers, and Bowling For Soup. Besides his undeniable gifts as a songwriter, his biggest strength has been his intuitive ability to get the most out of creative collaborations.
Back at his studio, The Guest House, there is a fine array of recording gear, including a Dangerous Monitor ST, BAE and Chandler pre-amps, with API 512s and Shadow Hills pre-amps for guitars. Compressor/limiters are Urei 1176s and 1178s, plus a Distressor, among other vintage and current gear.
“I set up the new Telefunken mic and I had no idea what to expect,” Allan explains. ” I turned it on and sang with headphones; that’s how you know when something sounds so great. Then I came out here to listen back, and I’ve heard myself on the C12 a lot and I know the color — it was drastically different, it’s a great microphone, crystal clear.”
The TELEFUNKEN ELA M 251E was the 2003 winner of the TEC award for studio microphone technology. It features an amplifier designed around the GE 6072a vacuum tube, a newly manufactured CK-12 capsule, output transformer custom made by the original European manufacturer, and a three-position, sliding polar-pattern selector.
Mitch Allan’s impressive writer-producer career started out as the principal songwriter for Baltimore, Maryland pop-rock band SR-71, which sold a million records and had two #2 singles with “Right Now” (2000) and “Tomorrow” (2002). His songwriter career outside the band began when a song not a fit for SR-71 was submitted for the well-known pop-punk band Bowling For Soup. The track was BFS’s hit “1985.” It has since gone on to be certified Digital Triple Platinum and at the time of it’s release, held the iTunes record for the most downloads in a single week.
“After my initial testing, I tried the Telefunken mic on some of the talented ladies I’ve been working with,” Allan continues. “Chris at Vintage King said this mic really comes to life with a big vocalist and he was right. I had never heard anything like it before. It is literally the best microphone I’ve ever put on a human voice.”
Allan tailors his creativity to enhance each session. “When I enter a room, I figure out what an artist or co-writer’s biggest strength is and give them their space to create,” he says. He then offers what is needed, providing lyrics, melodies, vocal coaching, and of course, topnotch recording gear.
TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik strives for absolute perfection. By offering historic recreations of classic microphones alongside their own proprietary designs based around the distinctive tube mic sound, TELEFUNKEN has established a product line that expertly combines vintage style and sound with the reliability of modern-day microphone design. TELEFUNKEN’s commitment to both the sonic excellence and quality of all of their products is rivaled only by their dedication to provide the best possible service to each and every one of their customers.
For more info, visit: http://www.telefunken-elektroakustik.com
ABOUT VINTAGE KING AUDIO
Vintage King Audio is a global leader in professional audio sales, studio consulting, and comprehensive gear servicing. No matter the scope of a client’s needs or goals, from selecting a new microphone to designing a studio from the ground up, Vintage King distinguishes itself with standard-setting customer service, which begins with the company’s knowledgeable, industry-experienced staff. Far surpassing the basic functions of an audio dealer, however, Vintage King Audio values its long-standing partnerships with manufacturers and stays connected with the professional audio community through hosting frequent events, panel discussions, and product launches. For more information, visit:
New AAX64 Support & 33% Off Sale Price Available At Booth SU902
Award-winning Penteo 4 Pro will be demonstrated on the Avid S6 pro mixing pod at Avid’s Booth SU902 at NAB, April 7 – 10. The new plug-in discretely converts stereo to 5.1, offering exacting control over sound image placement to create high-quality, natural-sounding surround. Penteo 4 Pro is Avid’s AAX featured plug-in: http://apps.avid.com/aax-portal/
NAB attendees will experience how Penteo sounds in the acclaimed Starz production of the pirate adventure series “Black Sails.” To celebrate Penteo’s AAX release, through April 16th, 2014, new purchases of any format of Penteo will receive 33% off the purchase price. Free trials are available here:
Penteo 4 Pro now natively supports Avid Audio eXtension (AAX) for true 64 bit processing. “Penteo produces such a warm surround mix, and we are thrilled that now Penteo supports Avid’s AAX64 format,” said Ed Gray, Director, Avid Partnering Programs. “Now sound designers will benefit by being able to run more instances and tap all the new features of ProTools 11.”
Penteo 4 Pro is 100-percent ITU down-mix compatible to the original stereo. The plug-in features an intuitive visual interface modeled after vintage gear, and offers six automated preset modes as well as advanced manual controls for fine-tuning.
Developed by Audiotech Digital Limited (ADL), Penteo transforms any stereo recording, soundtrack, DJ mix or live television broadcast into perfect 5.1 surround sound. Penteo 4 Pro is the optimum sounding stereo-to-surround up-mixer, remaining faithful to the original stereo mix; no artificial sound manipulation is used. The Penteo 4 Pro plug-in creates a perfect surround experience for all stereo media with zero sonic artifacts, the most crisp and discrete center-channel available, and only Penteo is 100% ITU down-mix compatible to the original stereo. Penteo has been used by major studios on hundreds of films, TV shows and music recordings and supports AAX64, RTAS, VST and AU formats.
Discover the world of Penteo at http://www.perfectsurround.com
Just months after launching its versatile DK T7 audio meter, DK-Technologies is using the NAB 2014 platform to launch a brand new, entry level version of this ground-breaking product (Booth N1202 in conjunction with Ward-Beck).
The DK T7 Stereo is aimed squarely at engineers who are only working with stereo audio, whether that be in radio, post production or recording music for subsequent CD release. Designed to be intuitive, the DK T7 Stereo has an easy to use, fast responding touch interface that makes it a breeze to set up and operate. Like its DK T7 big brother, the DK T7 Stereo offers high precision features and functionality at a highly cost effective price – just €2895 or USD 4890 MSRP. Its extensive feature-set includes industry compliant Loudness readings, Vectorscope, FFT spectrum analysis and Loudness Logging and Reporting.
“We recognized that our DK T7 audio meter was perfect for engineers working in stereo, but that we could reduce the cost to them by removing multichannel capabilities and SDI interface,” says Uffe Kjems Hansen, Product Marketing Director of DK-Technologies. “Therefore we have targeted the same tools for stereo metering, and made it a much more cost-effective bargain.”
The DK T7 Stereo includes balanced and unbalanced AES I/O, Analogue stereo inputs, headphone outputs as well as HDMI for external screen view. It is available as a stand-alone desktop or a 19” rack mounted unit. DK-Technologies can also offer in-console mounting options for console manufacturers and customers who prefer their meter to be integral to their desk.
DK-Technologies develops and produces audio meters, video waveform monitors and video sync and test signal generators. Alongside its worldwide distributor network, DK-Technologies also operates branch offices in Denmark, Germany, UK and USA. www.dk-technologies.com
Premium Integrator Supplier Adds Clocks and Time Code Products to Lineup
Pictured holding the new Brainstorm DCD-12 Word Clock Distributor is Pascal Miguet, product manager at Sommer Cable.
Brainstorm Electronics, of Los Angeles California, has appointed Sommer Cable as new distributor. Brainstorm Electronics, a leader in synchronization solutions since 1987, specializes in word clock, video sync and time code equipment.
Sommer Cable manufactures and distributes a wide assortment of premium quality cables as well as a variety of products for audio, video and media technologies such as patch panels and distribution systems.
“The Brainstorm clocks have been used for years in major post-production studios in the US and in Asia and we are pleased to bring them to the European market” said Pascal Miguet, product manager at Sommer Cable. “We are also excited to introduce world class time code products to our customers working in live sound. They are simple to use but very efficient tools. They just get the job done.”
Bernard Frings, president of Brainstorm Electronics, said he was looking forward to working with Sommer Cable. “Sommer Cable is a very professional company, well established with system integrators in studios, broadcast and live events. It is a perfect match.”
The Brainstorm master clocks have been installed in recording, mastering and post-production studios throughout the world, such as NHK Japan, Eastside Mastering Studios Berlin, Skywalker Sound, Universal Studios, Fox and Warner Brothers. Brainstorm SMPTE reshaper/distributors are used in live events such as Le Cirque du Soleil, Disney theme parks and many current tours such as The Eagles, Nine Inch Nails, Lady Gaga and Britney Spears.
Brainstorm delivers complete solutions for all sync requirements in the studio and the live environments. Their Word Clock and Video Sync generators provide versatility in the widest range of applications, from mastering and recording studios to large film and video production facilities with HD systems. Their Time Code products are used in live events providing error-free sync signal to show control systems and lighting consoles. Brainstorm products have been used and trusted by engineers worldwide for over 25 years
Learn more at: http://www.brainstormtime.com/
Sommer Cable GmbH
75334 Straubenhardt / Germany
Tel: +49 (0)7082-49133-0
Audio and video metering specialist DK-Technologies has fulfilled the first orders for its new DK T7 Audio and Loudness meter, which was launched to much critical acclaim at IBC last year.
The DK T7 began shipping in February with the first two units delivered to UK console manufacturer Calrec. These have now been fitted into 48-fader Artemis Light consoles destined for Al Jazeera in London. Other broadcast and post production customers have chosen either stand-alone DK T7 meters or the new 3U rack mounted variant – the PT0T7. This fits neatly into a Tektronix rack system and can be used separately or in conjunction with a waveform monitor.
“We’re delighted with the number of pre-orders the DK T7 has generated and we’re ramping up production to fulfil them,” says DK-Technologies’ Product Marketing Director, Uffe Kjems Hansen. “The DK T7 is exactly what the market needs – a cost-effective audio meter with an easy to use multi-touch interface that delivers a whole host of useful features at a very cost effective price. At just €3,495 and USD 6,390 MSRP, there is simply nothing else on the market in this price range that gives users access to so much functionality. The nearest competitor product that even comes close to the DK T7′s feature-set is nearly double the price.”
Dubbed as the ‘everything included’ audio meter, the high precision DK T7 incorporates as standard every Audio and Loudness meter function currently offered by the award winning DK Meter range. These functions include Bargraphs, Moving Coil Emulation, DK-Technologies’ proprietary StarFish™ and JellyFish™ display technology, FFT spectrum analysis and, of course, industry compliant Loudness and Logging. The new DK T7 also includes 3G SDI Picture Preview, as well as the ability to read and log against SMPTE time-code – a feature that has only recently been added to the DK Meter range.
“Engineers working in the broadcast and post production industries now have to cope with a complex set of formats, standards and documentation requirements,” Uffe Kjems Hansen adds. “For this reason we felt it was vital to give them an easy to use Audio and Loudness meter that did the job it was bought for as soon as it came out of its box. The DK T7 is the most complete, high precision Audio and Loudness meter on the market today – and the most honest because it does not involve any hidden costs.”
The DK T7 allows end-users to adapt to virtually any format including 3G SDI I/O. The unit also offers 8 AES/EBU input/output channels, 2ch Analogue input channels, headphone output and HDMI monitor output. At just 20 x 135 x 180 mm (depth, height and width), its compact design also allows it to be highly portable and easy to position, while its intuitive multi touch interface makes it very straightforward to use.
Since first showing the DK T7 at IBC 2013, DK-Technologies has incorporated a number of improvements that are now available as standard. These include a pause/resume function for Loudness Logging that will save engineers time when they are adjusting Loudness to hit targets on larger time spans.
“Essentially, this function allows engineers to work step-wise through the entire audio clip, rather than having to go back and measure loudness from the top for every tweak,” Kjems Hansen says. “We’ve also improved our software so that it includes a new 7.1 Surround display feature for Theatrical Mix. This is something no other meter can do and it will have particular relevance to engineers working on big motion picture productions.”
For more information about the DK T7, please visit www.dk-technologies.com. Alternatively, please visit DK’s US distributor Ward-Beck, which will be showing the DK T7 and other DK product at NAB 2014, Booth N1202.
DK-Technologies develops and produces audio meters, video sync and test signal generators, as well as video waveform monitors and colour analysers both for LCD and CRT monitors. Alongside its worldwide distributor network, DK-Technologies also operates branch offices in Denmark, Germany, UK and USA. www.dk-technologies.com
Danish manufacturer DK-Technologies is using the NAB 2014 platform to highlight its new DK T7 Audio and Loudness meter, which will be on show for the first time in the USA (Booth N1201, in conjunction with Ward-Beck).
Launched to enormous critical acclaim at IBC 2013, the ‘everything included’ DK T7 is now shipping with the first units already installed into two Calrec consoles destined for Al Jazeera London.
Designed as a cost-effective, one-box solution for broadcast and post production engineers, the DK T7 incorporates as standard every Audio and Loudness meter function currently offered by the award winning DK Meter range. These functions include Bargraphs, Moving Coil Emulation, DK-technologies’ proprietary StarFish™ and JellyFish™ display technology, FFT spectrum analysis and, of course, industry compliant Loudness and Logging.
The new DK T7 also includes 3G SDI Picture Preview, as well as the ability to read and log against SMPTE time-code – a feature that has only recently been added to the DK Meter range. At just 20 x 135 x 180 mm (depth, height and width), its compact design also allows it to be highly portable and easy to position, while its intuitive multi touch interface makes it very straightforward to use.
“The DK T7 allows end-users to adapt to virtually any format including 3G SDI I/O,” says Uffe Kjems Hansen, Product Marketing Director at DK-Technologies. “The unit also offers 8 AES/EBU input/output channels, 2ch Analogue input channels, headphone output and HDMI monitor output. At just €3,495 and USD 6,390 MSRP, there is simply nothing else on the market in this price range that gives users access to so much functionality.”
At NAB 2014, DK-Technologies will show a new Theatrical Mixing 7.1 Surround display feature for the DK T7, which will have particular relevance to engineers working on big motion picture productions. Also on show is a new pause/resume function for Loudness Logging that will save engineers time when they are adjusting Loudness to hit targets on larger time spans.
“Essentially, this function allows engineers to work step-wise through the entire audio clip, rather than having to go back and measure loudness from the top for every tweak,” Kjems Hansen adds. “The DK T7 was already the most comprehensive audio meter on the market but with these new features it can deliver functionality that no other audio meter can offer.”
DK-Technologies will also be using the NAB 2014 platform to launch its new Matrix PC application, which allows complete audio routing, preset handling, backup and overall management of an audio meter from the end user’s computer. Designed to work with all DK meters including the new DK T7, the Matrix PC application gives users a much better graphical overview of their meters – and significantly easier setup and handling.
Also on show for the first time will be the new DK T7 Stereo – an entry level version of the DK T& meter that is designed for engineers working in stereo.
DK-Technologies develops and produces a wide range of audio meters, video sync and test signal generators and video waveform monitors. Alongside its worldwide distributor network, DK-Technologies also operates branch offices in Denmark, Germany, UK and USA. www.dk-technologies.com
Audio and video metering specialist DK-Technologies has expanded its sales potential in China by appointing Beijing-based Budee Technology Development Company as its new distribution partner.
Founded by Mao Yanjun in 2002, Budee is now one of the country’s fastest-growing professional audio companies with over 100 employees and two branch offices and five provincial offices in mainland China.
Mr. Cheng Zhongjun, vice president and head of Budee’s Technical Division, says Budee’s new cooperation with DK-Technologies will allow the company to offer customers technology-driven metering products that deliver the right solutions for the broadcast and pro audio industries.
“We are very impressed by the reliaility of DK-Tecnologies’ products and their long standing reputation within the broadcast and pro audio industries,” Mr Zhongjun says. “DK-Technologies’ products cover numerous applications, from video to audio, and from radio to TV and post production. Budee’s business also covers a wide range of installations and we are very interested in expanding into new markets. Our cooperation with DK-Technologies gives us our first core brand in the broadast industry, and it certainly won’t be the only one. Working with an advanced and well respected brand like DK will allow Budee to build its own reputation in the broadcast field.”
Mr. Zhongjun adds that DK-Technologies and Budee both share the same core values of respect for customers and professionalism.
“We believe in always putting customers first and only recommending products and systems that are best suited to their needs,” he says. “Trust and friendship are very important and are central to the way both Budee and DK-Technologies do business. We also believe in long term brand management and we look forward to developing a firm friendship and long relationship with DK-Technologies.”
Uffe Kjems Hansen, of Product Marketing Director at DK-Technologies, says: “Budee is already well established in the pro audio and post production markets and is now expanding its remit into the broadcast sector. This perfectly suits our product line, which includes high end audio and video monitoring and metering products that are renowned for their extreme accuracy and quality. We see China as a major new market for DK, particularly for our Award-winning portable and affordable Loudness metering solutions, and we are very excited to be working with a distribution partner that is so obviously technology-oriented.”
DK-Technologies develop and produce audio meters, video sync, test signal generators and video waveform monitors. Alongside its worldwide distributor network, DK-Technologies also operates branch offices in Denmark, Germany, UK and USA. www.dk-technologies.com
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