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Tim Robertson / Sales Manager | Audio System Designer

021 858 973

09 913 6215

tim@jpro.co.nz

Tim has over 20 years experience in the audio industry and has worked for New Zealand's two largest audio companies – College Hill and Oceania Audio as well as a freelance engineer to smaller organisations.

Supplementing his live sound work, Tim has been involved in a number of audio installations for over 150 venues in New Zealand including bars, churches, clubs, cafes and restaurants.

Tim has been with JPRO since February 2013 and brings a wide range of technical skills, knowledge and the ability to understand what customers are wanting and need to achieve their project goals.

Tim’s career began at S.A.E gaining a Diploma in Audio Engineering. As a house tech in Auckland in the early 90’s Tim learnt a great deal about what it means to have a functional and flexible in-house system to work with. After a couple of years Tim left the security of regular employment to become a freelance engineer.

For the next 15 years, Tim toured the country with a wide range of national and international acts in a range of roles covering Front of House (FOH), monitors, systems tech and even stage managing on the odd occasion. He has also been a part of some large format events including Big Day Out, Homegrown and Rhythm n Vines. Tim has been fortunate enough to work with major international acts such as The Who, Tom Jones, Bon Jovi and Disturbed to name a few. One of the highlights for Tim, was spending 5 years with New Zealand chart toppers Opshop, helping them to build their profile and grow their sound and reputation as a world class act.


CERTIFICATIONS:

  • SynAudCon Core Principles of Audio
  • EASE certification
  • Studer Vista Certification
  • Soundweb Level 2


TESTIMONIAL

"We’ve known and worked with Tim Robertson for many many years, first in his capacity as an independent front of house engineer mixing bands and later on as a valuable employee.

His love of music combined with his knowledge and appreciation of the physics that buttresses the ‘art' is none too common a thing. His in depth awareness of the 'big picture’ as well as the fine details made him a fantastic addition to any job he was on.

Often referred to as ’skippy’, Tim could be seen dancing across the stage to fix something that, would have become a problem, within 30 seconds. Having him as a person to call at JPRO is refreshing, you can be sure he understands what you mean when you have a problem that needs solving and that he knows what he’s on about when he recommends equipment to you."

Chris Tate, Director, College Hill Productions

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