Professor and Producer Dr. Giovanni Vindigniproduces with ADAM AudioADAM Users
Dr. Giovanni Vindigni (PH.D), born in 1972 in Essen, Germany, is a man of many talents.
Next to being a professor and lecturer at prestigious universities, Giovanni Vindigni has created the soundtracks for many successful PC and educational games as well as TV- and cinema commercials, documentaries, and TV series. He has also worked in the realm of sound-branding and music production and as a studio guitarist for various artists.
“Many years ago, I ordered several different monitors from a well-know online retailer to do some testing in my home studio at that time. Back then, it was already very important to me that you experience no fatigue while respectively through listening and eventually I ended up with a pair of ADAM P22A speakers. Ever since my clients from the movie, advertisement and gaming industry have been more than satisfied with my work and I have also often received compliments on the sound characteristics of my ADAM speakers, especially regarding the localization, depth and fidelity”.
“Back then, it was already very important to me that you experience no fatigue while respectively through listening and eventually I ended up with a pair of ADAM P22A speakers.”
And on top of all that Giovanni Vindigni has made many editorial contributions for many media and magazines, such as Digital Production, c’t (Heise Verlag), PC Player (Future Verlag), Kieler Nachrichten, and many more.
Today, he is a couunsel for numerous national and international customers for business communication and marketing. At the University of Cape Town he is participating in a Professional Postdoctoral Research program and researches on the topic “Implications of strategic new-orientation models of corporations in the digital industry segment, ‚Industry 4.0‘, using the German games industry as an example. Community management and control of brand communities via recommender systems“.
“A couple of years later, I was looking into upgrading my home studio as my requirements had evolved. Again, the level of detail of the sound reproduction, needed for both orchestral film soundtracks as well as my rock projects, was my main criteria. And again, my search ended with ADAM und I got myself a pair of S3X-H studio monitors and a Sub10 MK2. The sound characteristics and the philosophy of ADAM fit my way of working and listening. […] I also really appreciate the design and the built quality”.