good wireless microphone Side Camera – HeadPhone

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good wireless microphone Side Camera – HeadPhone
# Watch movies here: Archive View of side camera-head phonejon 173 Youtube 189 View #189 use properties-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 theme Funk, Head Phone, NAMM Show, Bernard Purdy, drum, Hammond organ, Jon Hammond, band, b3 plexiglass on the timelineSide camera-thanks to Tino Pavlis & Joachim WieselJon Hammond band for Hammond organ Show/Suzuki instrument at NAMM Show to commemorate the 80 th anniversary of Hammond organ at the sound soul summit project -Jon Hammond's original funk composition "Head Phone" beautiful Purdie and Jon's long-TIME colleague Joe Berger from Tokyo, Japan, Suzuki harmonica artist Alex Badman tenor saxophone and Jon HammondPower model 3300 Leslie speaker with FOH hybrid made by Brian English Audio Denny Mack-MC Stephen Forester & Scott MaySide camera-thanks to Tino Pavlis & Joachim wies on NAMM Show, to mark the 80 th anniversary of Hammond organ tissue, on The Voice soul summit project * Note: Before Jon Hammond played the late great Keith Emerson on the show, keith is the next-Jon Hammond original funk essay "Head Phone", long with legendary fat back funk drummer Bernard "pretty" Purdy and JonTIME colleague Joe Berger from Tokyo, Japan, Suzuki Harmony artist Suzuki harmonica from Tokyo, Japan-Alex Badman tenor saxophone and Jon HammondPower model 3300 Leslie speaker with FOH mix with Brian English Audio Denny Mack-Youtube link:-MC Stephen Forester and Scott MayProducer Jon HammondLanguage English interview senheiser Jon Hammond headphones microphone organ accordion music profileAndreas senheiser, Jon Hammond, Daniel senheiser Jon's profile senheiser (headset) momentum series, in a separate section to 20 annual Musikmesse meetings held by Lutz Bojon Hammond at jazzzeller Hofheim-with Giovanni Toto Gulino drum, Peter Croman tenor sajon Hammond at Sk1 Hammond organ-Jon's keyboard holder next to Marvin Ganse jazzczeller hotheheim team-special thanks to Jeff Guilford/Lin Junjie guitar's operating camera senheiser HD month-1 NAMM Oral History Interview Dan Del Fiorentino and Tony ArambarriJon's 144 Youtube 275 views #275 usage attribution-NonCommercial-Nonites stop learning NAMM Oral History, Musikmesse, Mini-B, NAMM, G37, G27, Lesley speaker, onion, jazz, blues, Union of musicians, Local 802, ASCAP, Radio KYOU, Anaheim, Frankfurt, B3Leslie speaker Jon HammondInterview date of oral history: January 13, 2011Organization/Library/speaking-history/ jon-Interview Date: January 13, 2011 job Title: President & Founder company: Jon Hammond & Association3 Hammond organ jazz music making musician Jon Hammond successfully created a career based on his musical talent and passion for the music industry!As a musician, Jon performs with many legendary players, and as a clinician and product artist, he has introduced many innovative products to the music store and its customers over the past 30 years.Jon has a close connection with two major products of his career-the Excelsior accordion and the digital B3 organ.Subject information Jon Hammond Interview Date: January 13, 2011 job title: Jon Hammond and partner Jon Hammond successfully created a part of his career...(Electric dions, electronic organ, Hammond B-3, Hammond organs) 512KB mpeg 4 download 1 file?CEO Dr. Andreas senheiser "credit: PSN Europe" Dr. Andreas senheiser took over his family business with his brother Daniel in 2013.In the three years since then, the company has released some notable technologies-but there have been some serious changes in the company in the process.In an wide-Dave Robinson was interviewed extensively and honestly and found out about the young colleagueThe CEO considered the $50 Orpheus headset, the restructuring of the company, the competitive market and the reason for getting up in the morning ...... Let's start with AMBEO, your 3D, immersive audio concept.Dr. Andrés senheiser: At CES, we launched something that has been working on for the past 5 years --7 years: Algorithm for immersive audio.When we started our research, we thought it would be relevant: it was an intuition that something that existed was not good enough.Although we have studied these algorithms, we don't know where it will go, but with large content providers such as GM and Red Bull Media entering 360-Degree videos and immersive recordings for the past 12 years18 months later, suddenly, a huge new world opened up for us.So we 've started compiling all the technologies into different solutions for recording, mixing, processing, and playback.This is the AMBEO brand we are showing on CES [NAMM] and pl s.This is the starting point for our common development with our customers.Our real positioning is to take advantage of the 3D format, which is a format with a higher emotional impact.Many artists say to us that the only way to really connect with the audience in the way they want is to play live-but if they have a format to capture that, so that users in the home can listen to it in a way similar to what actually exists, and then they will have a higher level of contact with the audience.We are trying to bring AMBEO to the market.In NAMM, you show a surround"Tetra mi" style, its "virtual technology" software, which may change the way things are recorded ...... Interestingly, in order to make the immersive experience perfect, we must combine different technologies;Achieve a seamless transition from reality to virtual reality.Third party participation?By showing it at the initial stage, this is an invitation to our customers to think ahead of time, is this their possible approach, how will they use it, and find a new app for it.At the moment, it's all software-based-we have a virtualization algorithm, an upmix algorithm-we don't have a real hardware decoder at this point, but if we see a stronger demand, we can also go in that direction.Let's talk about "the most expensive headset in the world" HE 1 Orpheus.For us, HE 1 is to some extent a product, statement and symbol of our innovative culture.We can say that we still have Orpheus from 1991 and it is still considered the best headset in the world, why do we do better?But part of our culture is not happy with anything that exists now, whether we invented it or not.About 10 years ago, we decided it was time for the world to experience a higher level of life.On the one hand, it is beyond common sense.But, on the other hand, because we have so deep limitations on physics, we have learned a lot for other applications.You make it sound like a space project ...... Yes, that's right. it's going to take the whole senheiser culture in a new direction.Think about the impact on the company when a group of people launch a flagship product, which will appear in the next few decades.This has a huge incentive impact on other employees;At the same time, it tells the industry that the existing things are not good enough for senheiser, so we will push it forward.I have heard of his name.They sound "from the heart", I suggest ".People have "seen" something, heard something they haven't heard before, or were able to describe.Do you think they are worth $50,000?[Immediately] absolutely.No doubt.How did you react to them?Products like this are splitting: people who are raving about it, others say, is it worth it?But for me it's not the point: it's about buying an exclusive thing that separates you from the masses in a positive way.This is a connoisseur.From the feedback we got, most of the customers who are interested in HE 1 are enthusiasts who say that audio is my life.There were about 300 units in the original Orpheus.Later this year, when he was a ship, it would also be limited to 300?We didn't plan any restrictions this time: but it was limited by the price and the ability to produce a car every day and the level of customization.We have great requirements for custom versions.Do you mean I can use pink?For example, someone wants to use solid jade instead of marble.Exclusivity includes a concept-Turn off the product as long as the sound properties are not affected.How much do you think you will do?We ordered more than 50.I don't believe it will stop at 100 or 200.Personally, I think this is something that you will encounter all your life and we will serve it, so it will be with you as long as you want to enjoy it.On the other end of the market, consumer headphones: It's an increasingly aggressive and crowded market.What is senheiser doing there?We are trying to focus more on specific target groups.For example, we aim for a specific type of personality, a person with a certain style and expression.We don't just focus on price points and shelf space, which will differentiate us from a headset hanger that only has X-meter length.You built a "selective distribution" model a few years ago-and other brands did the same ...... This ensures that the brand is represented in an appropriate way.If our model is cashand-Checkout at a price of 5 pounds [6 euros], which will only damage the brand.It is impossible for you to have such a product and HE 1.Are you worried that brands like Beats are changing the market?It's not necessarily a problem, it's keeping us alert.The increasingly fierce competitive environment is advantageous in two aspects: first, the market has been expanded;Second, it forces us to think about exactly what senheiser is, what our core is, and what our traditions are.We are the only one with 1968 open inventions.414 headphones;Only we have the culture and tradition of innovation.How can we use this to improve relevance and create higher value for our customers?So, with the momentum line, the success of the high-end HD 800 line, the professional headset-the HD 25 is still an icon-the process is healthy for us, because it gives us a stronger sense of identity, we can communicate.How successful is the 9000 digital wireless system?This is a huge success, especially in the last year, "digital dividend" [spectrum sales]We have given us additional needs and business in Japan.The success of Digital 9000 went beyond our original imagination for a simple reason: We positioned it and developed it as a system for singers and touring because it was very flexible.But the business community found it because of its highLevel encryption and flexibility to use.We see many companies adopt this model, such as a large retail chain in the United States.There is a huge market there.Since you and your brother Daniel became co-ceo three years ago, you have reorganized the company.I get the impression that some are easy and some are hard.Right?The way we subordinate to the way we sell channels.There is no boundary for business in Europe.The consumer is a part, the professional is another part, and so on.You always have a valid assumption in such a reorganization.Sometimes you think that sometimes you just want the best.The restructuring was very successful, especially the feedback we got from our customers.Is everything going as well as we planned?With such a big change, we found something we had to improve --tune.This is a learning experience.It is more important for us to move in a direction that makes sense for the future than to stay on things that we know but may no longer be relevant.Some of your ideas are very radical: employees have to look at their role in the company and say, this is what I do and that's what I want to do ...... You're at the scene.We have hundreds of people in new roles, so change management is one of the elements.It may be difficult.Absolutely!I sympathize with those who are not sure for a period of time, they have to find their role and it is not entirely clear from day one.But part of our culture is going through change with our employees, which means that everyone can design their own future and destiny, which has a negative impact on uncertainty.But some people don't want.Yes, but it is our nature to involve people in their own destiny instead of giving them 100% certainty but no influence.I got the impression from last year's employee video produced for the company's 70 th anniversary that your employees are happy to be part of the senheiser phenomenon.The smile of people in the factory is natural, not forced.At senheiser, everything we do is full of passion and commitment and joy.This is indeed part of my personal motivation.Seeing people's commitment to this extent, I have a reason to move forward.However, do you feel the burden of family heritage?Did you ever think of it when you woke up, [panicked] and said, "Oh God, I'm running Sennheiser!’…?[Smile widely] there is a certain amount of responsibility.You have to think about what is good for the company, customers, employees.There are moments of doubt and pressure,in-All, what makes me so confident about getting up in the morning is that I am not alone, there are 2,700 people here who are very loyal and like what they do.It is not on my shoulder, but on the 2,700 pairs of shoulders it determines its own destiny.In my opinion, it is easy to stand up and take responsibility.Good answer!What else do you think you need to do in the company?Respond faster and more flexible to customer feedback.Senheiser seems to be thinking about what it's going to do, thinking about more, and then taking action.For example, it took you a long time to adopt Dante.This approach may be positive, but it may also be negative.If 80% of our decision is goodThis is exactly what we need, well thought out and strategically guided.In hindsight, we can make some decisions earlier.On the other hand, "German engineering and thinking" takes time.Our next challenge is to keep the thoroughness of where we want to go, but add an element of "start"up’ activity.A start-Up culture with 70 years of experience if you want.If we can do this, then we will be faster when providing customers with what they want.Last question: the factory was on fire-you ran in and took three things.What are they?The first is a photo of my grandfather [Fritz senheiser] who started the company.Second, Emmy.[In 2013, senheiser received Philo T.The Farnsworth Award was awarded to a company whose "long-term contribution has had a significant impact on television technology and engineering ".Third, my trolley, which holds everything I use in my daily work ...... But which product did you put on the trolley?The D9000.Not a classic microphone or headset?9000 is a statement of innovation, but also a "classic ".This is unique.It’s an icon.It shows all the capabilities of the company.www.sennheiser.Kansen Hauser wikissen Hauser Electronics Co., Ltd.Kilograms (/ˈ s ɛ nha ɪ z ə r /;The brand Sennheiser) is a private German audio company specializing in the design and production of a wide range of consumer and high fidelity products including microphones, headphones, phone accessories, avionics headsets for consumer, professional and commercial applications.NdustryAudio electronics found1945 (as Labor W) is headquartered in Hannover, Lower Saxony state, Fritz senheiser, key German figure, founder Daniel senhai, as of 2,183, established in 1945, just a few weeks after the end of World War II, by Fritz Sennheiser (1912-2010) [2] [3] and seven engineers from the University of Hanover in a laboratory called winnister ("laboratory W" for short)The lab was named after Wennebostel village in Wedemark city, where the village was transferred due to war.Its first product is a voltmeter.[1] The W lab started building microphones with DM1 in 1946 and started developing microphones with dm2 in 1947.As of 1955, the company has 250 employees and has started to produce many products, including but not limited to: Geophysical Equipment, noise-Compensated microphone (DM4), microphone transformer, mixer and micro magnetic headset.In 1958, Labor W changed its name to "senheiser Electronics ".In 1968, senheiser released the world's first open headset.[4] The introduction of open headsets affects the headphone market because they produce more natural sounds that many users like.[5] On 1973, senheiser was transformed into a limited partnership.In 1980, the company entered the aviation market to provide headphones for Lufthansa Airlines.[6] [7] The company began production of modern wireless microphones in 1982, and in the same year, founder Fritz senheiser handed over the management of the company to his son, Joge Sen.In 1987 Academy Awards, senheiser won 59 awards for his MKH 816 shotgun microphone.Also in 1991, Georg Noyman Co., Ltd. (Georg Neumann GmbH) in Berlin became part of senheiser, which built the studio microphone.[8] [9] In 1996, senheiser received an Emmy for his progress in radio frequency wireless technology.[10] Also in 1996, senheiser became a private limited companyKG).Since then, senheiser has maintained the tradition of high quality audio technology and still maintains these high standards today.Professor Dr.Fritz senheiser passed away on 2010.In July 1, 2013, Daniel senheiser and Andreas senheiser were promoted to the CEO of senheiser Electronics Co., Ltd.KG.[11] In October 2013, senheiser received a prestigious Philo T.Award ceremony of 65 Emmy Awards®Hollywood Engineering Awards.[12] In May 2014, senheiser set up a new capability center for innovative streaming media solutions, senheiser streaming Technology Co., Ltd. (SST ).Headquartered in weidmark, Germany (near Hanover ).Its US headquarters is in old lime, Connecticut.The company has a factory in Wedemark, near Hanover;Tullamore, Ireland (from 1990 );And Albuquerque, New Mexico (since 2000 ).The R & D center in senheiser is located in Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Singapore and San Francisco, California.Additional references are required for verification in this section.Please help improve this article by adding references to reliable sources.Non-source materials may be challenged and removed.(February 2016) (Learn how and when to delete this template message) Sennheiser is known for its consumer headphones and professional microphones.Senheiser's most famous microphone is the MKH 416 short shotgun, the standard shotgun microphone in Hollywood, which is also 816, similar in design and has a longer range.It also produces wireless microphones.Subsidiary Products include aviation, multimedia and gaming headsets, MicroHifi system, conference system, speaker and amplifier.Jon Berger Nham oral history interview unedited long version official 55 minutesNoncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 theme concert production, electric guitar, namm show, musikmesse, Frankfurt, joe berger, oral history, john entyal Le, concert tour joe BergerInterview dates: on January 20, 2012, joe Berger also knew the short version of The Voice product spokesperson!Joe has been mixing sounds for over 30 years and he stopped counting in 35,000 bands!Joe is also a guitar player with his own unique playing style and "ears", who is the same as John enttel and Jack Bruce.For decades, he has also been attending a music trade show as a guitar presenter, creating a record for most of his time at a trade show.Tony alambari, Dan Del Florence-Nham Museum of History: Concert making electric guitarAmps-
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