Alan Brunton, is native to Texas, born in Dallas, raised in Amarillo, is a visionary and developer of software platform aimed at enhancing optimal performance and human potential through targeted frequencies in digital audio which results in healthier body, mind, spirit and environment. Sound Software for Sound Lifestyles.
Audio engineer and musician, Alan’s life has been always included a great awareness to sound. His dedication to bring influencing technology to the world is shown by great enthusiasm and compassion.
Alan’s leadership and entrepreneur skills have previously been documented in successfully opening 33 different restaurants, writing policy, procedure and operation manuals, training staffs and crews from Texas all the way to the East coast of the United States. His successful airing (18 month) of the artsy cooking show, made for television, Food for Love, was groundbreaking entertainment and included several published cookbooks to follow the series.
Alan’s audio engineering studio, Allegro Data Systems, Entrée Nous, Inc., a Texas S Corp., was focused on archiving magnetic tape (reel-to-reels and cassettes) to secure one of a kind recordings from Scripps Institute of Oceanography, including never before released conversations with Jacques Cousteau, the Dallas Symphony, Southern Methodist University and private libraries of Morris Beechy (Chorus Master, University of Texas, Austin, TX) and Dr. Lloyd Pfautsch, (Composer-Chorus Master Emeritus, SMU).
Alan’s formal education has included studies at Amarillo Jr. College (Amarillo, TX), East Texas A&M (Commerce, TX), University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK), Catholic University of America (Washington, D.C.) and the Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, FL).
About Cymatrax, Inc.:
Cymatrax, an SaaS company with patented technology based on digital audio frequency application, accelerating signaling to the brain from any digital audio, is currently being used by hundreds of clients from all over the world.
“With over 5B people listening to digital audio each day, Cymatrax is poised to propel a market application unlike anything seen in many years,” says the Cymatrax founder.
Digital audio applications will not be limited to music, podcasts, corporate training, books on audio, streaming media (plug ins) and online education, but is also currently being applied to filter audio to deliver an optimized signal to the brain for neurological disorders, such as stroke.
With two highly recognized neurologists asking to oversee the use of the Cymatrax technology in clinical trials for autism, then other neurological disorders, the healthcare applications are an additional target for global markets.
Learn More: www.cymatrax.com
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