Scott Foster


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    Scott Foster founded Crystal River Engineering in 1987 to develop digital signal processing equipment for spatial audio and navigation systems. One of his first clients was NASA- Ames, for which he developed the Convolvotron 3-D sound system for applications including audio research, communicatIons, navigation, virtual reality and telepresence. Before establishing Crystal River, Mr. Foster was an engineer at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories working on digital signal processing for audio and instrumentation, a research scientist at Atari, Inc where he designed a VLSI audio synthesis chip, and a project leader at Systems Control, Inc where he worked with Stanford’s Center for Research in Music and Acoustics on a study of automatic music analysis and transcription. Mr. Foster received a B S in mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1976. 

     


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