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July 4, 2004
Numark Industries, manufacturer of professional DJ equipment, announced today that they have acquired the official distribution rights of Akai Professional Musical Instruments (APMI) for the Americas. Akai Pro's line of MPC Studio products is a staple in just about every project and professional studio environment around the world.
"Long known as an innovator of high-quality studio samplers, digital recorders, and electronic musical instruments, Akai Pro is an ideal fit for our distribution model," says Numark CEO Jack O' Donnell. "We are very excited about adding the Akai Pro catalog to our offerings. Our goal is to supply a broad range of high technology products to the music industry that appeal to all types of musicians - DJ's and hobbyists alike. Akai Pro's product line is an ideal complement to our growing range of professional product lines," O'Donnell continued.
O'Donnell also owns and distributes Alesis Studio Electronics, which has a history of providing affordable, professional digital recorders, synthesizers, studio monitors, and various DSP products to the musical instrument markets.
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