Martin Kloiber has been promoted from chief technology officer to CEO of Euphonix, replacing Jeff Chew.
Kloiber holds a degree in music and electronics and has worked as an independent music producer and broadcast engineer, getting his start in Austria in 1984. He began working with Euphonix when he served as chief engineer for Soundproof Studios in 1991 when he selected a Euphonix CSII mixing system and then later a System 5 and the R-1 recorder for the facility. In 2000 he joined Euphonix and was later appointed EVP Technology and a member of the board two years later.
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