He subsequently taught recording for over a decade at the University of Southern California and had a hand in the evolution of motion picture sound into its present day form. In 1978 he wrote a booklet on multitrack recording called TEAC Multitrack Primer. His constant fight to make audio electronics accessible to musicians led to his development of many of Tascam's multitrack and portable multitrack recorders and mixers. He was a consultant to JBL on the musical instrument transducer K-series 120 and 130. He co-designed JBL studio monitors and participated in their integration into Hollywood's top studios.
He died on September 9, 1995 of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at the age of 58.
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