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Chips Davis has served as session chairman on "Recording Technology" for two national AES conventions.

Winner 1987 Mix TEC Award
Chips received Mix Magazine's 1987 TEC award for "Technical Excellence and Creativity in Acoustics and Studio Design."

Chips Davis has been a guest lecturer on recording and acoustical engineering at San Francisco State University and at Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.

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Chips Davis:
  • has over 35 years of direct, practical experience in recording, television and sound mixing
  • has designed over 50 recording, radio and television studios including 7000 seat theaters
  • NFPA-72 CDD expertiseextends to the design and verification for new and existing facilities for "Mass Evacuation" to meet the new NFPA-72regulations.This extends to airports, malls, hotels, ect.
  • has provided technical direction, sound engineering and/or audio consultation for scores of nationally known entertainers working in Las Vegas and Hollywood
  • has participated in the production of numerous nationally broadcast television specials
  • has participated in the production of numerous RIAA certified gold records
  • Among our Hotel Clients:
    • Bellagio Hotel
    • Caesar's Palace
    • Luxor Hotel
    • MGM Grand Hotel
    • Mirage Hotel
    • NY NY Hotel
    • Paris Hotel
    • Hard Rock
    • Green Valley Ranch
    • Wynn Hotel
    • Ritz Carlton at Lake Las Vegas
    • Harrah’s Atlantic City
    • Harrah’s Tahoe
    • Las Vegas Hilton
    • Venetian Theater Macao China
    • MGM Detroit
    • Sahara Hotel
  • Among our Condominium Projects:
    • Queensridge Place
    • Trump International Towers
    • MGM Resonances
    • C-2 Lofts
    • Newport Lofts Las Vegas
    • MacDonald Highlands
    • Madison Condominiums
    • SoHo Lofts Las Vegas
    • Green Valley Ranch
    • Several high profile “Time Share” projects
  • Received the Richard C. Heyser 2004 TEF Award for “Outstanding Contribution To The Field Of Electro-Acoustical Measurement”
  • was the recipient of the 1987 Mix Magazine TEC award for "Technical Excellence and Creativity in Acoustics and Studio Design"
  • originated and introduced LEDE (Live End Dead End) acoustical design technology which revolutionized the studio/control room design field
  • is considered a leading authority on TEF (Time Energy Frequency) measurements and acoustic energy control in recording, broadcast and post production audio environments
  • was an instructor in the first two Time Delay Spectrometry and Time Energy frequency Seminars in 1978-1979
  • has been a guest lecturer at Syracuse and San Francisco State Universities
  • had made significant contributions to acoustical engineering as documented in Audio Cyclopedia, Handbook for Sound Engineers, Sound System Engineering and The Master Handbook of Acoustics
  • has served as session chairman on "Recording Technology" for two AES conventions