3D Sound...How We Really Hear...
Institute of Audio Arts
AUDIO LECTURE SERIES AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE (selected)
2005 – “How To” Live Sound Seminar – Dale Pro Audio 2004 – “REMIX LIVE” Mixer 2002 – Present - Institute of Audio Research, New York, NY 2001 A.E.S. Historic Committee Lecturer for “Latin Music in the 70s” *2000-2001 Film Makers Educational Co-operative - Bridgeport, Cn 2001 A.E.S. History of Latin Music Recording in early 1970s 2001 A.E.S. “When Vinyl Ruled” Historical Committee 1997 A.E.S. Panel “Theatrical Sound Design - Now and In The Future” 1997 A.E.S. Tour “Backstage At the Broadway Theater” 1995 AMSONG Demonstration and paper on the Effects of the Internet on Musical Copyright Holders, N.Y. and L.A. 1995 SPARS White paper "SPARS On The Internet" 1995 SPARS White paper "Restore The Recording Codes" 1993 A.E.S. Keynote Speaker "Use of Computers in Audio Technology" 1993 A.E.S. Lecturer "Use of Automation for Live Mixing" 1992 L.D.I. Lecturer "Automation and Synchronization to a Live Theatrical Performance" 1991 L.D.I. Lecturer "A Comparison of the Three Levels of Digital Audio Sampling" 1991 A.E.S. Demonstrator "The AKAI Digital Workstation" 1990 A.E.S. Lecturer "Use of Digital Samplers in the Creation and Real Time Playback of Sound Effects" 1986 A.E.S. Demonstrator "A Comparative Study of Lavaliere Microphones" *1980 - 1985 Center for The Media Arts, full time faculty. All courses in audio including; recording mono to multitrack; mixing for film; narration and music tape editing; video and broadcast; microphone technique for the studio and on location; machine and acoustic design and maintenance; sync systems; the business of audio (personal management and record production). *1974-1981 NYU Adjunct Professor: Advisory Board Member for Music, Business and Technology Departments, Guest lecturer, Film Department *1976 First sponsor for NYC Internship program in audio *1973 RCA Sound Studios, Instructor for film department