Paul Kafasis has been using Apple products since acquiring his first Mac in 1987, a Mac Plus with 1 full megabyte of RAM! He's been developing commercial audio software since the hoary days of Mac OS 8, starting with MacAmp way back in 1999. Since then, Paul has been fortunate enough to work alongside some of the finest programmers on the Mac, particularly the team he heads up now.
Currently, Paul serves as CEO/Lackey (Geschaftsfuhrer und Mitgrunde in German) of Rogue Amoeba Software, a company he co-founded in 2002. Rogue Amoeba is known for making award-winning audio software for Mac OS X, including the popular Audio Hijack and Airfoil programs. As CEO, Paul is the public face of Rogue Amoeba, while also handling product management for all of Rogue Amoeba's applications. As Lackey, Paul tackles the innumerable tasks no one else wants.