Plenty of tech employees work in nice office spaces, but few probably appreciate it as much as iZotope CEO Mark Ethier.

That’s because Ethier bootstrapped his audio technology company between 2001, when he was still a student at MIT, and 2013 when he accepted outside investment for the first time. During those years, iZotope hopped from dorm room to basement workspace to a series of temporary offices that housed his growing team.

“We’ve always been sort of like a hermit crab,” Ethier said. “Whatever…