“We are committed to ensuring that even as Zylia grows, we maintain exceptional service and excellence in technical research and design,” says Piotr Szczechowiak, Zylia co-founder and chief operating officer. “From day one, we have been dedicated to making sophisticated audio recording technology accessible and affordable. It is exciting to be adding further talent to the company to support our expanding customer base and to continue developing products that empower musicians and audio engineers to achieve greater creative freedom.”
Barausse has been involved in pro audio since the early ’90s, and he brings a wealth of knowledge to his role as key account manager. He is not only a singer-songwriter and owner of a recording studio, but also a student of sound and video technology with experience in both technical roles and international sales for the broadcast, AV, and music industries.
Both Kabacinski and Klos will focus on testing Zylia products. Kabacinski joins Zylia with a degree in telecommunications engineering, and Klos joins the company with both education and experience in music and sound technologies. Huflejt, who will be responsible for research and engineering, has more than a decade of experience in product development, signal processing, and hardware.
With professional experience as a sound engineer and a creative musician in his free time, Blachowiak joins Zylia ready to support the company’s growing worldwide customer base. Working at Zylia headquarters in Poland, Wojciechowska will oversee an array of administrative and operational tasks to help keep the business running smoothly.
For more information about Zylia and its ZM-1 microphone array, read the audioXpress article, available online here.