Sonostudi Joins EAW Adaptive Network

Sonostudi, one of the Spain’s premier sound production companies, has joined the Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) Adaptive network. The Barcelona-based company recently acquired eight Anna array modules along with six Otto subwoofers.

“The addition of Anna and Otto to our inventory will allow us to accommodate even more customers with high quality sound reproduction no matter the venue or space we are working with,” explains Jofre Morte, Sonostudi owner. “It will fit well into the needs any event requires plus the ease and speed that Anna’s software (Resolution 2) offers will simplify live event production.”

Since Sonostudi was established in 1978, the company has prided itself on being at the technological forefront of the industry. As a result, they are known for providing the products and services their clients need to produce high quality audio-visual events including concerts, political meetings, congresses, festivals and more.

“We are delighted that Jofre and his team have joined other companies around the world the recognize the versatility and value EAW Adaptive brings to their company,” adds Ken Dewar, European sales director for EAW. “Sonostudi has a tremendous reputation for excellence in the region, it will be nice to have Adaptive associated with such a prestigious company.”


Pictured left to right: Pepe Ferrer, audio engineer; Brais Sainz, technical support; Marcel Vila, audio engineer; Ignasi Benavent, CEO; Julian Oltra, director; Oriol Morte, technical manager; David Carrion, audio manager; and Jofre Morte, owner.

EAW: Eastern Acoustic Works