May 28, 2024
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DHD audio has promoted Marc Herrmann to the position of Managing Director.

He succeeds Sven Hoffmann who co-founded DHD in 1996 together with Joerg M. Deubner, and will work alongside the latter and Anne Philipp in his new role. 

Sven Hoffmann will remain available to the company as a consultant and software developer.

Graduating as a Bachelor of Engineering (Media and Acoustical Engineering) and Master of Business Administration, Marc Herrmann started his audio industry career in 2012 as a live sound and event technician, progressing to web and interface design.

He joined DHD in 2016, working initially in technical support before joining the product management team where he set DHDs technical development vision, managed development and collaborated with the companys specialist teams.

His new role includes responsibility for product and software development with a focus on maintaining DHD’s leadership in the development of advanced digital audio systems for use in audio production studios and broadcast stations.

“Marc has contributed strongly to DHD’s success in recent years, notably with the development of our state-of-the-art SX2, RX2, DX2 and TX2 audio mixers as well as the XC3 and XD3 audio processors and our industry-leading suite of integrated WebApps,” says Joerg M. Deubner.

“He combines in-depth experience of the broadcast audio industry at both a business level and technical level, plus a proven understanding of IP-related software design. He is also an excellent team leader.”

“DHD is a very motivating company to work with as the entire team is committed to excellence,” Marc Herrmann adds. Together, we created the most robust and user-friendly products in the market.

“As the broadcast media business increasingly embraces IP connectivity, my goal is to sustain DHD’s focus on innovation while elevating our products through new technologies.

DHD audio GmbH develops and produces digital audio studio equipment and systems for professional applications in broadcast control rooms, DJ-operated radio studios, OB trucks, SNG vans, ingest stations and edit suites.