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, and one of the committee members creating AES67.
TW08: AES67 Interoperability—Network Audio Systems: A Report on the State of the Technology (Panelist)
Oct 21: NA02: What We Can Learn at the AES67 Plugfests from Things that Don’t Work (Presenter)