Propellerhead Software Names SCV as the Exclusive Distributor for France
"Adding Propellerhead Software to our existing portfolio is a great opportunity for us," says Sébastien Dehé, Hi-Tech division Manager of SCV "Beyond its outstanding product line, we are so impressed by the human qualities of the Propellerhead team and are honored to be appointed as Propellerhead s exclusive distributor for France."
"We re committed to providing a superior experience for our French users," says Timothy Self SVP of Sales and Marketing at Propellerhead Software. "Last autumn we introduced a fully localized French version of Reason version 4, which has been tremendously received. We are excited by the professional capabilities and enthusiasm that SCV will bring to support our entire product line to our French users and dealers."
SCV begins taking and shipping Propellerhead product orders in France on March 19, 2008. Details can be found at: www.scv.fr/hitech
SCV AUDIO is a 30-year old French distribution company dedicated to all audio and music markets. The company has been built around 3 divisionsAudio, Hardware and Hi-Techto cover the entire audio chain. The renowned SCV Hi-Tech division was created 15 years ago within SCV AUDIO to follow the growing trend of new technologies in the audio and music industries. Since that time, many major technology brands have entrusted the SCV Hi-Tech team to promote their solutions in France.
Propellerhead Software is a privately owned company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Formed in 1994, Propellerhead has created some of the most innovative new music software (ReBirth, ReCycle and Reason) and technology standards, including ReWire and the REX file format, which are used extensively in all kinds of music production. Propellerhead ReBirth program was the first virtual emulation of vintage analog gear— a trend that now dominates music software. www.propellerheads.se.
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