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Jan 29

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MEDIA ALERT

SINGULAR SOFTWARE’S PLURALEYES TO BE FEATURED AT ACADEMY CLASS FINAL CUT STUDIO SEMINAR IN LONDON

Final Cut Studio® guru Larry Jordan teams up with the UK’s leading digital media training provider; Showcases “Top 10 Plug-ins for Maximum Productivity”

WHO: Larry Jordan: Independent filmmaker, internationally-renowned consultant and Apple®-Certified instructor in digital media with over 25 years experience as a television producer, director and editor with national broadcast and corporate credits.

WHAT: “Power Up with Final Cut Studio and Larry Jordan.”

WHERE: Academy Class London

99 Waterloo Road

London

SE1 8UL

WHEN: Monday, February 15th, 2010, 9:00 am to 5:30 pm.

WHY: The one-day seminar will showcase fresh ways to utilize Final Cut Studio, including unique tips, tricks and techniques of the popular editing suite. Singular Software’s innovative PluralEyes application for multi-camera and dual-system audio productions will also be highlighted. Listed as one of Jordan’s “Top 10 Plug-ins to Increase Productivity,” PluralEyes automatically synchronizes audio and video clips without the need for timecode, clappers or special preparation.

ADDED BONUS: One-hour Q&A with Larry Jordan.

Tickets for the seminar are available at the exclusive price of £57.00 from: http://academyclassfinalcutstudio.eventbrite.com/.

CONTACT:

Kathleen Langlois

Marketing Communications Specialist

kathleen@zazilmediagroup.com

+1 413.374.7655

Janice Dolan

Marketing Director

janice@zazilmediagroup.com

+1.617.817.6595

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