The Segen Corporation Enters Pro Audio Consulting, Systems Integration Market
The Segen Corporation, a company known for bringing advanced audio and networking technologies to the recording, broadcast and film industries, has set its eyes on the high-end professional audio consulting and systems integration services markets.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Segen has established relationships with nearly all of the premier professional audio equipment manufacturers. Segen offers customized turnkey services to clients seeking to build or upgrade their production and post-production facilities to the highest audio and technical standards.
Claude Hill and Don Woerner first teamed up in Music City back in the 1970s when they built over 200 professional music recording and mixing facilities, including such legendary studios as Muscle Shoals Sound, Mastersound (Atlanta), SoundShop (Studio B), Inergi Records (Houston), Studio Katy (near Brussels Belgium), and Northstar (Boulder).
Hill went on to hold a number of key executive positions with leading companies including Harrison and Calrec. Woerner moved from audio into the realm of microcomputers and IT, becoming an acknowledged expert in software and network systems design.
Now joining forces again, Hill and Woerner are uniquely qualified to design and implement fully integrated systems for recording studios, post-production facilities and broadcast trucks.
In Hill’s words, “After all these years, we’ve learned that what audio engineers and producers value most is ease of use, fail-proof results, and top level audio quality. Segen is committed to making these our priorities as well.”
The advent of audio-over-IP technologies is rapidly changing the landscape of professional audio content creation and device interoperability.
“All our designs are based on leading- edge analog, digital, and network control and transport standards,” Woerner says. “We can provide our clients with state-of-the-art, multi-vendor solutions that meet their exacting requirements while insuring that future technologies can be readily applied.”