Manufacturer of microphones for recording and related applications, Mojave Audio is has announced a new partnership with industry veteran Colin Leibich.
With an extensive background in professional audio, Leibich will be focused on the company’s marketing, sales initiatives, social media functions, trade shows, and other events. He started with Mojave Audio in late September.
Leibich is well known in professional audio circles. His early career involved work rigging loudspeakers for Hanley Sound, the company best known for running sound at the Woodstock festival in Bethel, New York in August 1969. Rigging projects included locations such as Fenway Park, Boston Garden, Worcester Centrum, as well as setting up sound at Boston University, the University of Massachusetts, or any of the many schools that hired Hanley Sound for events and commencements.
Further, through his work with BAE Audio and other equipment manufacturers, Leibich firmly established himself in the pro audio community.
Reflecting on his new relationship with Mojave Audio, Leibich offered the following commented: “I’m very pleased to be joining the Mojave team. Dusty Wakeman and I have been looking forward to taking Mojave to the next level for quite a while and recent events made this an opportune time to get started.
“With a comprehensive product line that has earned an enviable reputation within pro audio circles, Mojave Audio is well positioned for growth. My goal is to help leverage the company’s strengths and develop programs that will help elevate the company’s position with the industry. I look forward to working with everyone associated with the company.”
Dusty Wakeman, President of Mojave Audio, is equally enthusiastic about Leibich joining the company.
“Colin brings a wealth of pro audio experience and a fresh perspective that, I’m confident, will be most beneficial to our company,” Wakeman enthused. “With a new outlook and a rich pro audio background,
I believe Colin’s presence will enable us to find opportunities that we hadn’t considered. All of us on the Mojave Audio team welcome Colin aboard and look forward to working with him.”