Leonard J. Stea studied musicology and choral conducting at Brooklyn College and the Julliard School of Music. His experience includes free lance singing on major TV shows (Perry Como, Garry Moore, Bell Telephone Hour, etc.); on phonograph and commercial recordings; and for three years he worked in the supervisory and sales capacity with Teleprompter Corp. His lifetime avocation in electronics led to the founding of Stea & Phillips, and to the design and construction of the present studio facilities. Recently, in conjunction with Mr. Clark, Chief Engineer, he has designed and developed audio electronics under Syntro Electronics Corp. Foundational text courtesy of the Stea & Phillips prospectus.
Lenny Stea repairing the custom Sound Center, Studio A, console designed by Gordon Clark, Lenny Stea and George Schowerer. Much of the metal work was done, after hours, at George Schowerer's home at the time. - Photo Courtesy of Chris and Phyllis Juried
Lenny Stea repairing the custom Sound Center, Studio A, console designed by Gordon Clark, Lenny Stea and George Schowerer - Photo Courtesy of Chris and Phyllis Juried
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