Audix, a leading US manufacturer of microphones for the professional audio markets and installed sound industry, is pleased to announce that Steve Young, CTS has joined the Audix team as Director of US Sales.


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Audix, a leading US manufacturer of microphones for the professional audio markets and installed sound industry, is pleased to announce that Steve Young, CTS has joined the Audix team as Director of US Sales.

Young has served over 20 years in the pro audio manufacturing industry. Young was most recently the Director of Large Venue Sales for Biamp/Community Loudspeakers. Prior to that, he was VP of Sales and Marketing at AtlasIED and joined Behringer for the launch of the X32 digital mixer.

“Singing on stage, experiencing worship, learning remotely in a virtual classroom or taking in an important meeting online – all of these experiences are just better with Audix microphones”, says Young. “With Audix’s USA-based manufacturing and engineering, we have the resources in-house for fast reaction to market demand. I look forward to working with new and existing Audix customers to grow our collective business.”

Young’s extended experience in the pro audio world is a welcome addition to Audix, as it grows into its 36th year of manufacturing innovative, high quality products.

“I hired Steve to lead the North American sales effort when I was CEO of Community,” says Steve Johnson, VP of Sales and Marketing for Audix. “He has deep industry knowledge and truly believes in the power of high quality audio to elevate the customer experience. I’m thrilled that Steve has joined the Audix sales team and energized to be working with him again. It’s like getting the band back together. Now we need a drummer!”

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