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DAVID O. COOPER
Songwriter | Producer | Consultant
"I'm humbled and blessed by my relationships with God, family, friends
and peers. Every person, partnership and experience is woven into the tapestry of my life, shaping the person I am becoming."
David served as sound engineer for Opryland USA's musical production, "I Hear America Singing" (Blue Cast).
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
David worked for the Department of Biomedical Communications in the College of Medicine and for the Rudder Theatre Complex at Texas A&M University.
PRODUCER & PERSONAL MANAGER FOR JACK HOUSTON
David served as producer, personal manager, musician and graphic designer for Texas performer, songwriter and author Jack Houston. David's work on Jack’s "Texas Newborn Son" album launched Jack's "Calico Christmas" music video that aired on Country Music TV and the Armed Forces RTV Network. David also collaborated with Jack on his "ImagineLand: Tales of the Trail" project, which included an album, a children's book and a Telly Award winning video series that aired nationwide on over 240 PBS stations.
David opened Brasswind as owner, engineer and producer for local and regional Texas artists, musicians, songwriters, producers and ad agencies. The first of its size and scope in College Station, Texas, Brasswind offered a wide range of recording services and quickly built a reputation of excellence and professionalism.
BRASSWIND RECORDING STUDIO
David was elected to the Texas Chapter Board of Directors for NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences - host of the Grammy Awards). During his term, David served on the Texas Chapter's engineering craft committee for the 1999 Grammys, and on its Special Project Chair.
David became the Chief Engineer at KBTX, the top news broadcasting station in the Brazos Valley. In his work at KBTX, David supervised all technical engineering, maintenance and installation for the station and its four transmitter sites in central Texas.
KBTX-TV (CBS affiliate)
GRACE BIBLE CHURCH
David began work as the Director of Media at Grace Bible Church, spanning two church sites totaling 2,500+ people. His role included operations and oversight of all media, graphics and IT staff and volunteers. Additionally, he completely renovated and upgraded sound, lighting, video, and projection systems for the Anderson and Southwood campuses.
David started work at RDM Pros and became their VP of Sales, working with houses of worship, schools, rodeo arenas, special event & live music venues, various music groups, and musicians. David's broad cross-industry experience in sound, lighting, and broadcast video system design enhanced his sales and consulting assistance to the company's customers.
FIRST BAPTIST BRYAN
David was employed by First Baptist Bryan, TX., and literally changed the church’s media landscape. Supervising all media operations and volunteers within the church, David also worked with the Television Ministry. During his work at the church, every media system was upgraded including the entire renovation of their TV broadcast production facility.
DAVID O COOPER DESIGN & CONSULTING
David launched his own design and consulting company to continue in his work with houses of worship, companies, individuals, and other organizations who are looking to enhance and upgrade their existing sound, lighting, projection, video, or broadcast production systems.
DAVID O COOPER MUSIC
David embarked in a new direction of personal creative development that he has dreamed of for years... Songwriting. Prior to his formal career start in 1980, David's initial songwriting began in high school and college. Though that dream was put on hold with the start of his studio work and career choices over the decades that followed, his one dream that has persisted throughout his life has always been to write songs.
David became the founding volunteer coordinator for the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) chapter in College Station, Texas.
In December, 2022, He was also selected as a regional coordinator for NSAI's South Central Region.
NSAI COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS CHAPTER
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