Nathan Butler joins Fulcrum from EAW

Nathan Butler joins Fulcrum from EAW

Published: WORLD

WORLD: Nathan Butler is to join Fulcrum Acoustics as director of engineering and will be based at the company’s Massachusetts offices in Whitinsville.

With over 20 years of experience in audio related principles, Mr Butler joins the company after serving as director of engineering for EAW. Previous roles at EAW also included principal engineer and senior design engineer. Additionally, he earned a Bachelor of Science in computer and systems engineering at Rensselaer Polytech Institute, where he focused his studies on signal processing.

‘We are thrilled to welcome Nathan to Fulcrum Acoustic,’ stated Stephen Siegel, company president and co-founder. ‘As director of engineering, Nathan will greatly enhance our ability to understand, anticipate and meet the needs of our customers. Having worked closely with me, co-founder David Gunness and other key members of our team in the past, Nathan has unique insight into our individual strengths and team synergies.’

Mr Butler praised the company and expressed positivity towards the recent move. ‘Fulcrum Acoustic’s size, expertise and flexibility have enabled them to advance pro audio loudspeaker technology by consistently bringing innovative products to market quickly. I’m very excited to be joining this dynamic team at a time in which the new technology and product development are driving unprecedented growth for Fulcrum Acoustic, and I look forward to growing with the company.’

www.fulcrum-acoustic.com

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