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QSC Audio Products appoints Paul Brink as cinema sales engineer

April 22, 2013

Paul Brink has joined QSC Audio Products as cinema sales engineer. In his new role, Brink will be responsible for supporting the sales efforts of QSC cinema dealers and end users (theatres, cinemas, studios, etc.) by providing product training, technical and sales support.

Brink has an extensive background in the cinema post-production business. Brink worked for several years at Lucasfilm, Ltd., as systems engineer for the THX Digital Mastering program. His credits include Star Wars I, for which he supervised telecine, quality assurance and theatre set-up for the digital cinema release. Prior to joining QSC, Paul was re-recording engineer/sound editor at 20th Century Fox Studios in Century City, CA, where he was responsible for the final digital audio file used for DVD, Blu-ray, digital delivery and archive. Brink has a degree in Media Arts from the College of the Canyons.

“Having spent much of my career in the post-production environment, I’m thrilled at the opportunity to use my experience to help theatre operators deliver the original creative intent of modern digital cinema, with the best possible quality,” says Brink. “That requires top-quality cinema sound equipment, designed and installed as a total system, from server to the speakers. Only QSC has the complete solution to be able to deliver that, and I’m proud to be part of that solution.”




QSC Audio Products appoints Paul Brink as cinema sales engineer

April 22, 2013

Paul Brink has joined QSC Audio Products as cinema sales engineer. In his new role, Brink will be responsible for supporting the sales efforts of QSC cinema dealers and end users (theatres, cinemas, studios, etc.) by providing product training, technical and sales support.

Brink has an extensive background in the cinema post-production business. Brink worked for several years at Lucasfilm, Ltd., as systems engineer for the THX Digital Mastering program. His credits include Star Wars I, for which he supervised telecine, quality assurance and theatre set-up for the digital cinema release. Prior to joining QSC, Paul was re-recording engineer/sound editor at 20th Century Fox Studios in Century City, CA, where he was responsible for the final digital audio file used for DVD, Blu-ray, digital delivery and archive. Brink has a degree in Media Arts from the College of the Canyons.

“Having spent much of my career in the post-production environment, I’m thrilled at the opportunity to use my experience to help theatre operators deliver the original creative intent of modern digital cinema, with the best possible quality,” says Brink. “That requires top-quality cinema sound equipment, designed and installed as a total system, from server to the speakers. Only QSC has the complete solution to be able to deliver that, and I’m proud to be part of that solution.”

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