Mike Trimble is a 30-year veteran of live sound and installed AV. His accomplishments include being an accomplished recording engineer and musician. Mike has engineered over twenty-five commercially released CDs in the past decade. His work in live concert sound has been as extensive as mixing large concerts for such acts as Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and three concerts by well known artists in the East Room of the White House.

Trimble began his installed AV career working for JBL Professional as a senior application engineer covering Asia, the Middle East and Africa. His design work includes the audio systems on The Watercube, 2008 Beijing Olympics; several stadiums for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa; and multiple venues for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India.

Mike was instrumental in the installation of one of the first artificial enhancement systems in the US designed by David Klepper of the famous Klepper, Marshall and King design firm. He continues to be an avid musician and recording engineer, giving him a unique design perspective when applied to customer’s performance audio requirements.