Waves Audio Appoints Greg Kopchinski as Live and Install Product Manager

Greg KopchinskiKnoxville, TN, November 26, 2019 — Waves Audio, the world’s leading developer of professional audio signal processing technologies and leading maker of audio plugins for mixing, music production, mastering, sound design, broadcast, post-production and live sound, has appointed Greg Kopchinski as Live and Install Product Manager, further developing Waves’ live and commercial AV products.
Kopchinski holds a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering (Computer Architecture Concentration). He began his career in professional audio as an FOH and Monitor Engineer for several regional sound companies and churches in California. Prior to joining Waves, Greg served in Product Management and Marketing roles at Bivio Networks and as a Principal Product Manager at Avid Technology, where he was instrumental in defining the market and product requirements for the VENUE S6L system. His previous experience also includes Product Marketing Manager positions at Motorola / Force Computers, Captus Networks, SBS Technologies and Ziatech Corporation.
As Waves Live and Install Product Manager, Greg will be responsible for driving the product vision and strategy for Waves Live and commercial AV products, from concept and definition, through launch and full lifecycle.
Kopchinski comments, “I am excited about the opportunity to work with Waves in defining and executing the next-generation product strategy. Waves has a proven track record in high-quality audio processing across many markets, and the upcoming products will deliver state-of-the-art solutions to live sound engineers, corporate and house-of-worship installations and commercial AV integrators.”
“Waves is pleased to have Greg on board,” added Mick Olesh, Waves EVP of Sales and Marketing. “Greg’s invaluable experience and expertise in an array of facets of Live and AV product development will contribute to further expand Waves’ success and growth in the Live, Installation and Audio-Visual fields.”