James Mullen - President/CEO
James began as a musician. After many years of performing, and as a session musician in recording studios, he followed a similar path into concert sound engineering. As founder of Colormix Systems he spent many years providing sound systems and engineering services for performers as diverse as Noel Pointer, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, The Weathergirls, Atlantic City Expressway (featuring Jon Bon Jovi), Lord Gunner, Line Drive, Greg Kihn, The Red Bank Rockers with Clarence Clemmons and Deep Freeze. After many years in the concert sound industry he founded a new company Digitrack in 1995 operating recording studios in both Central New Jersey and Orange County, California. Providing audio recording services to the television and motion picture industry, Digitrack continued to expand and launched subsidiaries Mulltimedia Design Group which designs and builds recording and rehearsal facilities and Kensington Audio which delivers and operates concert audio systems for musical and corporate events. As friends traveling down similar paths, James Mullen and George Iocca joined forces to further develop and expand the resources and capabilities of Dynacoustics. They are committed to delivering a reliable product that exceeds expectations at any given price point.