Steve Ellison  

Steve Ellison
Steve Ellison is Meyer Sound's Application Director, Digital Products. Since joining Meyer Sound in 2005, when his company LCS Audio, was acquired, Ellison has focused on working with design teams to help integrate large-scale surround sound and active acoustic systems into their facilities. Notable projects include King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS), UC San Diego, Louisiana State University, and facilities for the San Luis Obispo, Newport, and San Francisco Symphony orchestras.

Ellison designed both the automation structure and the unique SpaceMap® algorithm that have been incorporated into four product series – including Meyer Sound's Matrix3 and D-Mitri -- to allow multichannel panning of a number of simultaneous sound sources to arbitrary loudspeaker arrangements. He was also instrumental in the development of Meyer Sound's Constellation Acoustic System.

Ellison has published articles and presented papers about surround sound mixing and active acoustics at the Acoustical Society of America, the International Symposium on Room Acoustics, the International Congress on Acoustics, the Institute of Acoustics' Reproduced Sound conference in the UK, Tonmeister in Germany, the International Symposium on Room Acoustics, the Audio Engineering Society, and others.

Ellison earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics at Brown University in 1984