Stuart Dubey – Hailed by Pro Sound as one of the top ten most influential people in the Bay Area’s audio post production industry, Emmy award winner Stuart Dubey has spent his life at the epicenter of sound innovation. From penning his first love song at eleven years old, to launching cutting edge music studios in Los Angeles, to building DubeyTunes into one of San Francisco’s premiere audio production facilities, Dubey has been at the forefront of the evolving world of sound-and-graphic delivery. In addition to acting as CEO of DubeyTunes since 1995, Dubey has helped to build, manage and license several innovative audio technologies for leading media, internet and mobile companies. He has also served as a developmental beta consultant for Avid/Digidesign and has been featured in Mix, Shoot, Media, Cue and Post magazines as an audio innovator.
Steven Levy – Steven Levy is a senior writer for Wired. Previously, he was chief technology writer and a senior editor for Newsweek. He is regarded (along with Walter Mossberg) as a prominent and respected critic of Apple Inc. Levy has won several awards, including the “Computer Press Association Award” for a report he co-wrote in 1998 on the Year 2000 problem. In 1978, Steven Levy rediscovered Albert Einstein’s brain in the office of the pathologist who removed and preserved it. In 1984, he wrote a book called Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution, in which he described a ‘hacker ethic’, which became a guideline to understanding how computers have advanced into the machines that we know and use today. Levy received his bachelor’s degree from Temple University and earned a Master’s degree in literature from Pennsylvania State University. He lives in New York City with his wife, Pulitzer Prize winner Teresa Carpenter, and son.
David A. Rowland – David Rowland is a web based developer. Rowland developed the Perfect Pitch and Blue Marble applications for the iPhone.