Acoustics Dimensions announces noted audio/video systems designer David W. Robb has joined their New Rochelle, New York office as Senior Associate, where he serves as the backbone of the Audio and AV Group; providing design direction, quality standards, documentation supervision, and a critical ear for all performance space projects.
Robb is one of the innovators of modern audio installation design, integrating products and techniques from the touring industry into the world of permanent installations.
His two decades of audio systems design for performing arts venues are informed by his years of hands-on experience with live sound production acquired through extensive worldwide touring.
Prior to joining Acoustic Dimensions, Robb devoted over 20 years as principal audio and video systems designer for JaffeHolden Acoustics, where he directed all activities of the systems design group while providing innovative solutions and management for key projects, including the Hollywood Bowl; John F. Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Opera House and Eisenhower Theater; Lincoln Center Alice Tully Hall and Juilliard School; Radio City Music Hall; and the New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera’s summer touring venue, the Carlos Moseley Pavilion.
Earlier in his career, Robb acquired a wealth of practical knowledge about the entertainment business while touring in North America, Europe, and Japan. He began as a musician, then spent more than 20 years as sound company manager, mix engineer, production manager, or electronics technology specialist on the road with such popular artists as Jimi Hendrix, Grateful Dead, Frank Zappa, Tom Petty, Bonnie Raitt, Yes, and Bob Dylan.