SAE Partner With Apogee

Completes the Power Trio partnership with Apple and Euphonix      12/05/09

SAE Partner With Apogee


SAE has announced Apogee as a new partner, thus , they say, completing the 'Power Trio' partnership with Apple and Euphonix. Here's the press release...
SAE's recent partnerships with Apple and Euphonix have enabled its 50 plus international colleges to be equipped with the best in computer integration and software control. Now the final link in the audio chain has been realized with SAE's new partnership with Apogee, a company whose converters and interfaces are regarded as the reference point within the audio industry.
Of course SAE's campuses are equipped with a huge variety of studio set-ups so that their students can experience all sorts of real-world scenarios but, with this latest partnership, thousands of SAE students across the world can now enjoy Apogee's breathtaking sonic quality, from its brand new Duet audio interface right up to the landmark X-Series converters and Big Ben master clock.
SAE 's owner Tom Misner says: "We always strive to work with the highest quality audio manufacturers in the world so that our students can benefit from working with the very best equipment. With our recent partnerships with Euphonix, Apple and now Apogee, we believe we can now offer our students the very best combinations of studio technology and we are very pleased to be so closely associated with what can truly be seen as the Power Trio of the audio world."
Betty Bennett CEO and Founder of Apogee Electronics was quoted: "We are very pleased to work closely with SAE and help to advance the knowledge and skills of those young SAE students striving towards excellence."
More information:



More Videos

Superbooth 17: Modal Announce MPE Support With OS Update 

Hook up your KMI, ROLI or suchlike


MESSE 2017: Orion Studio Refreshed 

Antelope Audio announces refresh of their pro audio interface at Musikmesse 2017


MESSE 2017: Adaptive Array Masterclass From EAW 

Ever wondered how the latest PA tech works?


MESSE 2017: Arturia 2 New KeyLab Essentials 

A 49 and 61 note version of the popular keyboard controller