Interview with Bruce Sharpe of Singular Software

Jul 16, 2012 1797 1 Share
Aharon Rabinowitz
Aharon Rabinowitz
You probably caught the news that Red Giant acquired the Audio Syncing technology (such as PluralEyes) from Singular Software. We’re pretty jazzed but, we know you probably have questions about what this means for the future of Singular technology, not to mention simple things like upgrade policies now that that the software has changed hands – or has it? In this interview, I sit down with Bruce Sharpe, CEO of Singular Software to talk about what all this acquisition stuff means for the future, and how it will effect existing and new customers.

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