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Josh Martin Joins Periodic Audio

August 2020—Los Angeles, CA—Periodic Audio, manufacturer of award-winning in-ear monitors (IEMs) and portable electronics, announces that Josh Martin has joined its team. In his new role as Sonic Dispenser, Josh will primarily focus on expanding sales for North America and will be responsible for developing artist relations and increasing brand awareness in the professional-audio industry. 

“We are thrilled to have Josh join the Periodic Audio family,” said co-founder Dan Wiggins. “Josh brings incredible talent and valuable relationships from his years in the pro community, and will build on that experience to expand our domestic sales channels. We are excited to cultivate opportunities presented by Josh’s creative nature and long-established relationships in the music community to exponentially grow our business.”

Josh Martin comes to Periodic Audio with 14 years of pro-audio sales experience at Eminence Speaker LLC, where he was responsible for domestic sales and managed artist relations.

When not busy with duties for Periodic, Josh will continue to dedicate time to music. For ten years, he led his own group, the Josh Martin Band, and is currently a utility instrumentalist for Old Man River, an outlaw country band in which he plays mandolin, guitar, and piano, and sings harmony. Josh also enjoys spending time in his home studio, where he produces performance tracks for singers and community theaters.

About Periodic Audio

Founded in 2016, Periodic Audio is led by the seasoned team of Daniel Wiggins, Mike Kim, Zeke Burgess, and Ben Webster, who collectively have more than 140 years of consumer-electronics experience in electronic, mechanical, firmware, acoustical, and industrial design for a wide variety of brands, including Apple, Blue Microphones, Event Electronics, Flextronics, Harman International, Mackie, Microsoft, Sonos, and Starke Sound. For more information, please visit