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AES Member Profile
Thomas R. Levno
- Broadcasting - Television Sound
- Recording Industry - Post Production
- Recording Industry - Duplication/Replication
- Recording Industry - Film/Video Sound
- Broadcasting - Studio
- Broadcasting - Internet Distribution
- Broadcasting - Radio
- Acoustics, Psychoacoustics, Hearing - Architectural Acoustics
- Broadcast Engineer
Tom Levno serves on the AES Los Angeles Section Executive Committee. He has edited the AES-LA newsletter for most of that time. He is a Senior Consultant for National TeleConsultants providing broadcast audio systems conceptual, functional and detailed design, as well as infrastructure planning. He has been at NTC for 15 years.
He draws on many years of experience mixing for concerts, live theater, radio and television; designing systems of presentation technology and space planning for television facilities, theaters, sports facilities, night clubs, council chambers, ... .
Tom's engineering training was attained by apprentice work, team service and seminars. He studied Journalism at the University of Montana where he got his first taste of mixing live. Prior to joining NTC, he worked for Sound and Intercom Systems in Phoenix, Smith Fause Associates in Culver City and Acromedia in LA, and various freelance ventures.
Projects of note include: Kodak Theater at Hollywood and Highland in LA; ESPN Digital Center in Bristol, CT; Discovery Live Suite in Silver Springs, MD; Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA; Mile High Stadium in Denver; Bob Hope Cultural Center in Palm Desert, CA; Hard Rock Café in Dallas, TX; Tunnel Club in NY, NY.
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