Nashville, TN (January 25, 2017)—Production and integration company Morris has been named an integration partner for d&b audiotechnik.
Morris is perhaps best-known for providing live sound both regionally and for touring clients such as Kenny Chesney, and additionally, the company owns Nashville recording studio, The Tracking Room, but integration has increasingly become a major focus for the company in recent years. As David Haskell, president, told Pro Sound News last June, “Touring is a wonderful thing, but you have all your eggs in one basket,” he said. “That’s when I met Danny Rosenbalm; we had a meeting one day and decided to start our integration division, because it was a natural fit.” In the four years since Rosenbalm joined the company as its CEO, Morris Integration has taken on numerous projects, including a $5 million, multi-year, multi-venue project for a church in San Antonio, TX, and various hospital environment overhauls in Nashville.
Morris initially began working with d&b audiotechnik family with a substantial purchase of over 500 pieces of d&b equipment for its live events and touring division. Becoming an integration partner was based on Morris’ technical background and successful d&b audiotechnik design and installation projects in recent times.
“From the earliest days of d&b to present, we have always sought to collaborate with companies who share our passion for quality and our innovative spirit. With their rich history and the culture they have created with a truly inspired team, we could not be more pleased with this opportunity to partner with Morris,” said d&b audiotechnik US sales manager William Cornell.
Morris CEO, Danny Rosenbalm, agreed, noting, “Because of our boutique business model and intense focus on quality, Morris and d&b audiotechnik naturally align,” he says. “At Morris, we aim to create true system solutions that work cohesively to create incredible live experiences, which is a goal that we share with the entire d&b audiotechnik team.”