EAW Expands Applications Engineering Team

Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) has announced the addition of Bryan DiFabio to the Application Engineering team at the company’s Whitinsville headquarters. The announcement was made by Adam Shulman, director of marketing and application engineering for EAW.

As an applications specialist, DiFabio will provide technical expertise to EAW customers worldwide. The Application Engineering team can provide services ranging from simple product selection and appropriate product usage to assisting with the development of a more comprehensive system solution, including acoustic modeling and design proposal development.

“We are thrilled to welcome Bryan to the team,” explains Shulman. “His experience and background will be extremely valuable to our customer base. He is a great example of the new directions we will be taking the Applications team in the coming year.”

DiFabio received an associates degree in audio production from AI New England and cut his teeth in the industry providing tech support to MOTU customers. Most recently he owned and operated a recording studio.

“I like working with a tight-knit group of people focused on producing the best products/services possible,” DiFabio concludes. “That is exactly what I have found with the EAW team. I’m excited to add my contributions to the group.”

Photo Cutline: Brian DoiFabio, EAW’s newest Application Engineering team member.
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