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Guillermo Sanchez

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Re: SIM is Dead?
« Reply #20 on: April 25, 2022, 04:15:12 PM »

Very happy for the RA crew.
No clue if it matters business wise,
but having heard bits and pieces of history in various Smaart classes, it sounds like Meyer's dropping SIM and adopting  Smaart is something of a full circle journey.
Good stuff happens to good folks !

SIA software was a company created by Sam Berkow, which as far as I know had no ties with Meyer Sound or SIM.

The first (and second) Smaart iterations were labelled JBL Smaart Pro.  Granted, there's a lot of people coming from Meyer experience that carried the mantle and had elevated  the software to new heights, but in the beginning they were even some technical approaches that were different because of Sam's experience. For example, I still remember that Mr. Berkow preferred arithmetic instead of complex averaging, his reasoning being that was more representative of what we hear (people with better knowledge of Sam and Smaart's beginnings than me can chip in with comments)

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Re: SIM is Dead?
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