Status: Full Member
Member since: 1975
AES Position: President-Elect
AES Committees: Executive Committee, Executive ExCom, Board of Governors, Conference Policy, Convention Policy, Laws & Resolutions, Nominations, Regions & Sections, Convention: 141st, Convention: 143rd
Unofficial Section: San Diego
Alt. Section: Los Angeles
Sound reinforcement specialist; Member, 1975. Present:VP Western Region, USA/Canada. Previous:Harman Professional, JBL Pro, networking R&D firm MediaLink Technologies (Seattle, WA), Innovative Electronic Design (Louisville, KY). Past AES duties:3 terms AES Board of Governors. Past Chair, AES Pacific NW section. Exec. Committee, Los Angeles Section. Facilities Chair, 137th Conv. 2014. Session Chair, AES Intl. Conf. Sound Reinforcement. Co-Chair, AES Intl. Conf. Computer Controlled Sound Systems
In 1995, David Scheirman was presented with the AES Board of Governors Award for his co-chairmanship of the 13th AES International Conference in Dallas in December 1994.
TEC (Technical Excellence & Creativity) Award Nomination, 1991, Best Live Sound Engineer. Performance Magazine Nomination, 1990, FOH Engineer of the Year.
Executive Education courses: California Institute of Technology (Accelerating Product Development), Stanford University (Market Strategy for Technology-Based Companies), M.I.T. (Managing Complex Product Development Processes), University of Washington (Finance for Non-Financial Managers). General Studies, Johnson County Community College (1971).
2012-2014: Harman Professional
1997-2012: JBL Professional
1996: Innovative Electronic Design
1993-95: MediaLink Technologies Inc.
1984-1992: Concert Sound Consultants, Inc.
1983: Raytronics, Inc.
1977-82: Maryland Sound Industries
1976-77: Carlo Sound, Inc.
Electronics field repair technician; professional writer/photographer. NSCA Educator. NAMM Education Program instructor. Synergetic Audio Concepts Instructor (Live Sound Workshop).
AES membership connects me to many different facets of the pro audio industry through conferences, publications, and other information streams and learning tools. As a sound reinforcement professional I have found it to be a highly useful organization for meeting and collaborating with peers and colleagues worldwide.
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