JZ Microphones Launches New Blog

Blog focusses on the new JZ Vintage series      15/12/09

JZ Microphones Launches New Blog


A new blog has been developed to focus on new microphone line – JZ Vintage. The JZ team has established the blog to provide users with additional support materials and up to date information about their new microphone series. Here's what they have to say about it in their own words...
The blog includes a couple of topics concerning idea why JZ came up with such a microphone line, debates its creation, argues its technical stuff and offers different stories about events around these mics. In addition, blog also includes the latest news, videos and pictures from JZ life.
Different topics are written by Edijs Rudzis (VP Sales and marketing), Andis Blinds (Marketing and customer relations) and also designer of microphones - Juris Zarins brings his voice to this blog. We hope also that some of our partners and users after trying out these mics will share their thoughts and impressions in this blog as well.
The first microphone model that will be launched in JZ Vintage series is V47 mic. Visit Namm Show 2010 to hear it at booth #6946 in hall A, January 14. – 17.
JZ Microphones was established in Latvia in 2007. The company develops innovative modern recording equipment and world-renowned studio microphones. JZ Microphones are employed by some of the world's foremost music artists, producers and engineers. These microphones ensure rich, supremely natural sound, from personal studios to major commercial recording and broadcast facilities.
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