Robert Allen Scovill
Class of 1978
As the owner of Eldon’s Boy Productions Inc. and MusiCanvas Recorders in Scottsdale, AZ, he offers full service mixing facility and mobile recording services where he has recorded and mixed numerous CD and video releases. Robert has served as producer and creative director for audio, lighting and media departments at Mountain Valley Community Church also in Scottsdale. He’s a highly sought after consultant and guest lecturer at numerous churches across America including appearances at Saddleback Church & Willow Creek Community Church, voted as two of the most influential churches in America.
As an educator, Robert has lectured throughout the world on concert sound and recording practices at seminars and trade shows, and is a regular contributor to numerous industry publications and blog sites including the www.SPLNetwork.com/author/robertscovill where his writings regularly account for thousands of views and reads. Robert also serves on the board of advisors for The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences (CRAS) where he developed their highly regarded live sound curriculum. In addition, Robert also leads an annual 3 day workshop entitled “The Complete Front Of House Engineer”
Robert’s profile includes positions as a technical consultant for many of the top name manufacturers in professional audio, including Avid, Neumann, Audio Technica, Electrovoice, Servo Drive, and Alesis. He has held the title of endorser for numerous products, including Avid’s VENUE live sound environment, WAVE’s digital technology, Neumann Microphones, ATI Paragon, Intersonics loud speakers, Future Sonics ear monitors, and countless others throughout the years. In 2006 Robert served as guest speaker delivering the keynote address for the Annual AES conference in San Francisco. He currently holds the position of Senior Market Specialist for live sound and recording products for Avid Technologies, contributing to all aspects of their burgeoning presence in the live event market.
Robert is very happily married with three children and a dog named Fender.
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