AES New York 2013 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: The Telos Alliance - Cleveland, OH, USA
AES Member Type: Associate
Greg begin experimenting with DSP and digital audio in 1980 with his good old Radio Shack TRS-80.
With the first draft of the SCSI bus in hand, Greg designed the first 16 track digital audio workstation for the PC in 1989, as a co-founder of Spectral Synthesis, which became the heart of the Euphonix R-1.
In the early 90's, the demands of collaboration in multi-room facilities stimulated interest and research into audio networks. Joining Telos in 1997, this came to fruition as an inventor of the Telos Livewire audio network technology.
B5: Is it Time to Retire the MP3 Protocol for Streaming (Panelist)
Oct 18: B9: Modern Audio Transportation Techniques for Remote Broadcasts (Panelist)
Oct 20: N5: X192 / AES67: How the New Networked Audio Interoperability Standard Was Designed (Chair)