AES New York 2018 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Central Sound at Arizona PBS - Phoenix, AZ, USA
David Angell entered the field of audio as a musician, studying bass trombone extensively before deciding to pursue a career as a recording engineer. He graduated from Shenandoah Conservatory with a B.M. in Music Production and Recording Technology (with an emphasis in jazz studies). Towards the end of his degree, David worked as a FOH Engineer at the Bright Box Theater mixing a highly diverse and award-winning client base such as Afro Bop Alliance, Tom Principato, SFJAZZ Collective, Todd Reynolds, Nappy Roots, and more. He interned and was eventually hired as an Assistant Engineer at the GRAMMY® Award-winning studio/label Sono Luminus under engineer Dan Shores and producer Dan Merceruio. While at Sono Luminus, David was exposed to the world of hi-fidelity surround sound acoustic recording (up to 9.1 Auro-3D®) while working with artists such as Zuill Bailey, Spektral Quartet, ACME, LAPQ, and numerous Steinway artists.
In 2016, David joined the team at Central Sound at Arizona PBS as an Assistant Audio Engineer where he currently works recording live classical concerts for local/national broadcast in DTS Neural Surround™, live-streaming concerts for the Arizona State University Symphony Orchestra and Wind Bands, and providing sound reinforcement for Arizona PBS events and live tapings. David’s live recording of GRAMMY® Award-winning classical guitarist Jason Vieaux was recently nominated and won an EMMY® Award in 2018. During the summers, David spends his time recording at the Aspen Music Festival (previously as a Senior Audio Engineer) working with artists such as Daniil Trifonov, American String Quartet, Alisa Weilerstein, Augustin Hadelich, and more.
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