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Record Producer John Alagia Joins The Muse Research Advisory Board

Producer for John Mayer, Dave Mathews, Emmylou Harris brings wealth of music industry experience to new technology venture

NASHVILLE, TN. July 18, 2003—Muse Research today announced that record producer John Alagia has joined their advisory board. John Alagia is best known for his work with Dave Mathews and recording sensation John Mayer, as well as having worked with Ben Folds Five, Emmylou Harris, Jason Mraz, and many others.

Advisory Board becoming a Who’s who of Industry
The Muse Research advisory board is a collection of industry veterans who assist Muse Research in addressing the current problems with music technology. Mr. Alagia will be joining an esteemed group of industry notables currently serving as advisors to Muse Research, including synth pioneer Tom Oberheim, Atari computer founder Steve Mayer, former Sr. VP of Intel Avram Miller, DSP expert Dana Massie, VP of Music Technology at Berklee school of music Dave Mash, former NAMM president and VH-1 executive Bob Morrison, as well as the founder of Liquid Audio (Gerry Kearby), co-founder of Mackie Designs (Marcus Sorrenson), and licensing technology pioneer and former Macrovision CTO Matt Christiano.

Alagia provides important perspective in product development
John Alagia has become a force in the recording industry, and his contributions to the Muse Research advisory board will represent the needs and realities of musicians from a wide variety of musical spheres. As a producer and engineer, John understands the need for products that enhance the music creation process instead of hindering it. Given Muse Research’s focus on bridging the gap between music technology and the creative process, John’s experience will be a perfect fit.

Over the last 15 years, John has produced music for artists such as the Dave Matthews Band, Emmylou Harris, David Gray, Ben Folds Five, O.A.R., Edwin

McCain, Vertical Horizon, Jason Mraz, Unwritten Law and Grammy winner John Mayer. His body of work covers over 60 albums and collectively his work has sold millions of records.

John is also a member of the board of trustees for the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS), the governing body for the Grammy Awards, and served on the NARAS board from 1990 through 2001.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome someone of John’s stature to our advisory board” notes CEO Chris Halaby of Muse Research. “His diverse background in all aspects of music making from both sides of the glass will be invaluable to the company.“

“I’m really excited to contribute to Muse Research as an Advisory Board member” comments Alagia. “They are really on to something with their technology, and the fact the products that use their technology will make my life easier as a producer and engineer makes it all the more appealing for me as a participant!” he adds.


Muse Research specializes in music and audio technology development, including real-time media-rich software design, embedded systems engineering and integration, DSP algorithm development, and user interface design. Muse Research’s core technologies have been designed to evolve with advancements in hardware, software, and network standards, providing a stable, intuitive, future-proof platform for creating, capturing, and sharing music and audio content.

For more information, visit www.museresearch.com

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Muse Research specializes in music and audio technology development, including real-time media-rich software design, embedded systems engineering and integration, DSP algorithm development, and user interface design. Muse Research’s core technologies have been designed to evolve with advancements in hardware, software, and network standards, providing a stable, intuitive, future-proof platform for creating, capturing, and sharing music and audio content.

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