Mark Latshaw Joins Listen

Mark_LatshawListen has strengthened its support team with the addition of Mark Latshaw as Technical Support Engineer. Mark will work alongside Steve Tatarunis and Mark Dailey offering assistance and training to our customers worldwide. With a Bachelor’s degree in music and sound recording from UMass Lowell and previous experience in audio post-production, IT and file management, Mark brings a wealth of relevant experience to the team. Like his colleagues in the support team, Mark is a keen musician – in his spare time he enjoys playing bass.

Les Quindipan Joins Listen

les_quindipanListen is excited to strengthen its sales team with the addition of Les Quindipan. Les comes to Listen with over 20 years’ experience in professional audio, having worked at MOTU in various management positions including sales, operations, software and support. He has worked with and supported many high profile artists, producers and touring acts. Les holds degrees covering music, business and recording, and is also a keen guitar player. Les will be working alongside Neil Rubado (our North America sales manager) to support our East, Central and Mid-West customers. Please extend him a warm welcome, and stop by our booth at AES in New York to meet him in person.

Al Flint Joins Listen, Inc.

Al_FlintAudio test and measurement specialist, Listen, Inc.  has strengthened its engineering team with the appointment of Al Flint as Engineering Manager.

Al has spent the majority of his professional career in the audio industry, designing award-winning products and managing product development teams. Al’s career began at Sony Professional Products, where his designs included mic preamps and equalizers for the MXP-3000 mixing console. He then spent many years at Lexicon, where his technical contributions can be found in several effects processors. When Lexicon entered the consumer marketplace with digital surround sound processors, Al not only made design contributions to these products, but also established the development team and helped round out the Lexicon product line with multi-channel amplifiers and DVD players. After their acquisition by Harman, Al led a highly skilled team that designed Mark Levinson products, including several critically acclaimed amplifiers. After spending four years in the solar industry, where he managed development of high-power inverters, Al is returning to his audio roots and passion, and is excited about leading the development of cutting-edge audio and electroacoustic test and measurement products at Listen, Inc.

New International Sales Manager – Mac Liu

Mac_LiuWe welcome on board Mac Liu as our International Sales Manager.

Mac holds a BS/BA in mechanical engineering and physics from Rutgers University and has almost 20 years’ technical sales experience in a variety of industries.

Mac is based in San Francisco, CA, and will manage our international reps as well as handle direct international sales. He will also work closely with our US sales engineers to help customers with overseas vendors or contract manufacturers manage their acoustic testing needs on a global basis.