MESSE09: Karl Steinberg Wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Steinberg founder honored in 2009 MIPA award presented at Musikmesse      08/04/09
MESSE09: Karl Steinberg Wins Lifetime Achievement Award




Steinberg Media Technologies has announced that Karl 'Charlie' Steinberg, one of the two founders of the company and chief architect of many of its groundbreaking technologies and products such as VST, ASIO and Cubase, has been honored in the annual Music Industry Press Awards Ceremony with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
Andreas Stelling, Steinberg's General Manager, had this to say, "We extend our warmest congratulations to Charlie. Steinberg, the audio industry in general and the musical community at large owe him a great deal. His vision for technologies that empower anyone with a computer to create and produce music at any level from bedroom studios to platinum-selling artists is still powering the endeavors of the company today. And that this award comes in Steinberg's 25th year is especially fitting. I think I speak for everyone at Steinberg when I say that we're all both immensely grateful to him, and very proud that he has received this award."
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    DBM    Said...

    +100,000,000 Even if you don't use Steinberg products if you are using a DAW of any kind it was this mans work that paved the way ! We all do indeed owe him a congrats !

    Thanks Karl !

    I still rock my 1040st and Cubase 2 from time to time !

    08-Apr-09 07:31 PM


    Hans    Said...

    Congrats to Charlie, i remember back in the day when he was a longhaired keyboardplayer for Törner Stier Crew and i was a stagehand that helped him to setup his gear at a gig. When i picked up one his synth the whole frontpanel just came off.....good times!

    28-Apr-09 03:04 AM


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