CODA Audio UK Appoints Steve Norman Head of Applications UK
CODA Audio UK announces the appointment of Steve Norman to the position of head of application UK. Norman, a graduate in industrial instrumentation and control, is a highly experienced audio engineer, well acquainted with measurement, tuning and system integration, who has enjoyed working on major tours with acts such as Placebo and Massive Attack. Norman's festival CV includes Glastonbury, T in the Park, Latitude, and Creamfields, to name just a few.
Alongside his counterparts, Michael Creason (CODA Audio USA) and Eddi Kruger (CODA Audio GmbH), his role will be to support CODA Audio systems users with predictions and system packages, assist the sales team with demonstrations, and to host scheduled training sessions. Part of this latter duty will also include helping to formulate a standardized CODA training structure.
Coda Audio UK managing director Rich Rowley welcomes Norman: "I'm really pleased that we've secured Steve's services. He is brilliantly qualified for this position, combining a thorough and high-level technical understanding of audio with a wide-range of practical experience, having worked on festivals, major tours, and large scale stadium productions. He's also a very experienced recording engineer and musician -- another invaluable asset in shaping his audio expertise. Around the world, CODA Audio's teams have recruited audio experts with a wealth of knowledge and experience -- Steve's appointment to our UK operation adds another great talent to CODA's global support network."
Norman looks forward to the challenge: "As a freelance engineer, I was already very familiar with CODA Audio systems, having worked closely with Adlib on a number of projects, all of which served to confirm to me that there is nothing out there that matches CODA's performance. CODA has, without any doubt, set a new benchmark and so the chance to actually be an integral part of their team is a fantastic opportunity. I genuinely believe that CODA has the best loudspeaker technology in the world and I'm very much looking forward to playing a part in delivering that message."