Client Reviews & Letters of Recommendation
Unsolicited letters of endorsement that I received from happy customers.
Brotsky & Silecchia Inc.
In the time my partner and I have known and worked with Ken Glaza, we have found him to be reliable, resourceful, and above all, reasonable…. both in price and personality. He’s comfortable to work with, honest to a fault, and knows his stuff audio-wise. What else can I say? He’s got a cute puppy? If Ken is involved in a job, it gets done; on time and on budget.
Besides, my partner, who used to own a recording studio and was a producer at WCBS-New York, is tougher to please than Sam Breakstone, and uses him.
This is a letter from an advertising agency. Jerry Silecchia once owned “Ambiance” on Orchard Lake, a competitive studio, but chose to finish and do his projects at K&R.
Farm Crop Dispute
Just wanted to tell you we won and the jury loved the sound clips. Thanks!
A recording was made of a conversation where farmers negotiated the planting and harvesting of crops and the splitting of profits and costs. It needed enhancement and clarification.
You can’t learn to ride a bike by reading a book. In a mock trial I get to interact with real judges and attorneys. Talking to experts in other types of forensics helps me too.
I completed a two day CEU seminar in Dallas “How To Excel at Your Expert Witness Deposition” taught by Sreven Babitsky.See Certificate
Boys & Girls Club
Thank you for all your support for the chili cook off! The advertisements are great! Thank you for your patience with me as I figured out the event! I hope you can find a good home for these tickets. I look forward to seeing you on October 9th! I have had fun working with you!
I was commissioned to provide a digital signage company an ad for the Royal Oak Boys and Girls Club of America Chili Cook Off that played in networked signs in the metro area.
Lecture @ CAP
Brian Prain Says:
This is a letter from attorney Brian Prain. It is testimony to how I address my clients needs. Please call him. His number is on the letterhead.
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Oakland County Circuit Court
To whom it may concern:
It is with distinct pleasure to recommend Kenneth Glaza. He is a person who exhibits a very positive attitude in all facets of his work. He is willing to help out with whatever task falls in his path. I have also found Ken to be competent and qualified in his field of endeavors. He has a friendly disposition and gets along with almost everyone.
Given half a chance, he will not disappoint anyone who is looking for a person with dedication, promptness, and trustworthiness.
John O’Brien of the Oakland County Circuit Court had a very difficult case that I resolved with an audio video enhancement and a playback in the courtroom.
I would like to thank you and K&R All Media Production for providing such outstanding service for our church. We recognize that we often ask you for orders within the designated lead time but you always provide your products and service with the upmost quality within our demanding time requirements.
A church needed vinyl signage. We made sure that we got it done on time and for at-cost prices.
Windows in Excel
Dear Mr. Glaza,
Excel Industries, Inc. would like to thank you for your efforts and hard work while producing our “Windows on the World” video, and for making our presentation on May 3rd, 1993 a success.
We have already received many positive comments from both customers and people within our organization.
Again, thank you for your efforts in a successful presentation!
I was asked to produce a video to use in a promotions and sales meeting.
I am always inspiring students who are interested in learning about audio and video recording techniques.
I produced a Power Point presentation “How Audio and Video Can Change The Outcome Of Your Case” Hollywood Revealed! It is free for law officials.
Oakland University Thanks You
To whom it may concern;
This is an unsolicited letter of professional appreciation written on behalf of Ken Glaza of K and R.
I have worked with Mr. Glaza for the better part of three years and feel compelled to express sincerest appreciation for his work as an Audio Engineer and in equipment maintenance. He possesses a unique combination of skills in that he is both a highly competent technician and a sensitive musician. He also possesses a rare skill in communication which he has demonstrated through his work as an instructor at Oakland University teaching Audio Technology I & II.
I readily recommend Mr. Glaza for any position related to those listed above, and welcome further questions or call for information should it be desired.
I was the first to introduce the concept of teaching audio at a university.
Both Oakland and Wayne had me develop a two semester curriculum. Basic recording was MUS351.