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Nugen co-founder becomes CEO

Nugen co-founder becomes CEO

Nugen co-founder becomes CEO

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Nugen Audio co-founder Paul Tapper has taken on the role of CEO. Having developed several of the original algorithms employed by the manufacturer’s products, such as the loudness metering and correction, DynApt, upmixing and True Peak limiting, Dr Tapper will now lead the company into its next stage of development and expansion following a recent period of growth.

‘I look forward to helping the company deliver on our brand promise to consistently deliver exceptional quality and innovative solutions, coupled with practical problem-solving and reliable customer service,’ said Dr Tapper. ‘This objective has driven our products to become industry standards and will no doubt help us in the years to come.’

Dr Tapper established Nugen Audio in 2004 alongside Jon Schorah. Prior to that, he worked as a lead programmer at Runecraft until 2003. He also worked as lead programmer at videogames developer Team 17 Digital between 2003 and 2010.



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