David Still

David Still

Adjunct Instructor in Audio and Music Production

B.S., The Pennsylvania State University

Expertise:
Architectural Acoustics, Theatre Design, Binaural Post Processing, Auralization (3D Immersion), HVAC Sound and Vibration Control, Performance Audio, Digital Audio Networks, Theatrical Lighting and Control Systems, Manual and Automated Stage Rigging, Theatrical Stage Curtains, and IMAG / Broadcast Video

  • A Space With A Purpose, Church Production Magazine, July/August 2005.
  • Sound Competitor (Convergence in Emergent Performance Technologies), Systems Contractor News, March 2005.
  • More Than A Sanctuary, Sound & Video Contractor, November 2002.
  • Reflections of Perfection, Acoustic Design for Speech Intelligibility, Church Production Magazine, Sept-Oct 1999.
  • Avoiding Acoustic Reflections, Systems Contractor News, December 1999.
  • The Use of 3D Visualization Techniques In the Acoustical Design Of A New Sanctuary, Central Pennsylvania Chapter of AIA, January 1996.
  • Paper No. 920701, Measurement, Analysis and Validation of the Tire/Pavement Interface Noise Source, Session 117, The Annual Meeting of the National Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1992.
  • Paper No. 920738, Measurement and Analysis of the Shift in the 1/1 Octave Frequency Spectrum and Mean Emission Level Of Individual Passbys On Various Pavement Types, Session 117, The Annual Meeting of the National Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 1992.
  • An Investigation of the Psychoacoustic Effects of a Rapid Shift in Frequency and Intensity of the Noise Source for Adjacent Sections of Transverse Grooved Concrete and Open Graded Asphalt Pavement, Summer Meeting of the National Transportation Research Board, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1991.
    • Part I: Measurement, Analysis and Calibration of the Tire/Pavement Interface Noise Source Levels.
    • Part II: Measurement and Analysis of the 1/1 Octave Band Frequency Spectrum of Individual Vehicle Passbys.
  • An Investigation of the Psychoacoustic Effects of Frequency Shift in Environmentally Sensitive Areas for Category A Noise Levels or Less. Summer Meeting of the National Transportation Research Board, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1990.
  • STAMPLOT: A Microcomputer-based Graphics Support Program for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Noise Prediction Model STAMINA2.0. Summer Meeting of the National Transportation Research Board, Seattle, Washington, 1988.
  • PHY 205: Physics of Sound