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This page is dedicated and devoted to PNW folk who have passed on. Our intent is a lasting tribute to them and to their work.
1931 - 2012
Terry W. Denbrook
1944 - 2011
1918 - 2013
1948 - 2012
Glenn served our Section as Vice Chair in 1981-1982, and prior to that as a member of the Section Committee. But Glenn has a long and storied history in Audio, which included work at Boeing in their environmental test lab, at Seattle Center as their first sound engineer, at the University of WA, with Bruel & Kjaer, and with DLI Engineering on Bainbridge Island. He is the author of The Audio Dictionary.
In 1965, Glenn designed and built (with Ken Heidt) Kearney Barton's Langevin mixing console that was installed in his studio on 5th Avenue and later moved to his home studio. Glen also designed the acoustics of that room as well as the three live echo chambers.
Glenn was a lifetime location recordist, and an early adopter of Nagra recorders for field work. As far as those who hung their hats at Seattle Center or at the University of Washington, those people would likely agree that Glenn led the way with 2-microphone, spaced-omni technique.