Brian Belcher and Doug Schouten
Los Angeles, CA (May 15, 2015)—Roland’s Professional A/V division has expanded its sales engineering team following the introduction of the new M-5000 live mixing console.
New pro audio-focused positions include current sales engineer Doug Schouten and newly hired sales engineer Brian Belcher.
Schouten is a native of Indianapolis and a graduate of the Recording Arts program at Indiana University. Prior to joining Roland in 2012, he was an audio engineer at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, IN. Based in Los Angeles, he has been actively supporting the development of markets for both audio and video products alongside Roland’s team of independent sales rep firms. He will now focus on pro audio products in the western region of the U.S.
Belcher is known for his work as a live sound and broadcast mix engineer and production manager with a long list of touring credits including Gary Allan, Joe Nichols, Geoff Moore & the Distance and production of GodWhy.com. He is also the broadcast mix engineer for Vanderbilt University sports airing on ESPN, and has been the system designer for several theaters, schools and has also been a training resource for church, broadcast and FOH engineers. Belcher will remain in Nashville and is primarily responsible for pro audio products in the eastern region.
Both Schouten and Belcher will be involved in supporting customers in the touring, corporate AV, broadcast, theater and house of worship markets. They will actively work with resellers and production rental customers on system design, configuration and operational know-how as well as creation and implementation of training resources for users of all skill levels.
Roland Professional A/V