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Jeremy Murray-Wakefield

Cirrus Logic
Audio Tuning Specialist
jeremy.murray-wakefield@cirrus.com
Otherwise known as Jezar, creator of Freeverb; the reverb in Traction, Juce, Max for Live et. all.

With a career history spanning over thirty years of design and innovation, Jeremy has lead and motivated successful product development teams for internationally renowned brands cross-industry.

Jeremy's career began in the music business as an award-winning chart music sound engineer before he switched career track to explore and develop the interactive relationships between people and digital multimedia.

He became the leader of the specification team for the Psion Series 5 electronic personal organiser, and for the first Symbian Quartz smartphone, the Sony Ericsson P800, and later led the user interface design for Nokia's first touchscreen phone, the Nokia 7710.

He currently designs control panels and user interface components for the configuration and tuning of embedded audio devices used in world-class headphones, smartphones and music technology.

Jeremy has also written extensively for leading audio technology magazines, and has an in-depth practical knowledge of psycho-acoustics, signal processing, sound design and audio encoding.
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