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Acoustician Doug Jones Joins Danley Sound Labs As Technical Consultant

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• Created: February 13, 2010

GAINESVILLE, GA – Danley Sound Labs has named Doug Jones as technical consultant, a part-time position. Jones recently stepped down as Chairman of the Department of Audio Arts and Acoustics at Columbia College Chicago in order to spend more time consulting, but will continue as a professor at Columbia. His new venture with Danley Sound Labs complements his teaching responsibilities.
Jones has worked in many facets of pro audio for over 20 years, with an emphasis on analyzing and designing room acoustics. Jones, an experienced Time Delay Spectrometry (TDS) analyst, earned the TEF Heyser Award in 2006 and leads master classes in TDS throughout the country. In addition, he is a member of both ASA and AES and is published in IEEE Proceedings and International Computer Music Proceedings.


In his new role as technical consultant for Danley, Jones will be involved in the writing of technical white papers and coordinating dealer programs. "Tom [Danley] and Jones have a great deal of mutual respect," said Mike Hedden, president of Danley Sound Labs. "They've spent time together rapt in conversation about the nuances and intrigues of sound reproduction. They're obviously birds of a feather. With Jones' lifelong devotion, not just to understanding and implementing the principles of acoustics, but also, to communicating them to a wider audience, there is no one better suited to assist Danley Sound Labs in this new role. We're grateful to have Doug Jones on the team."


For more information, please visit www.danleysoundlabs.com.

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