- Adelaide Area, Australia
Simon Rodeghiero's Overview
- Director at S-Tek Audio
- technology related at various
- Sound Engineer at ABC Radio
- station Tech dude at Radio 5MMM
- Senior Station Technician at Radio 8DN
- Communications Technician at Cliffs Robe River Iron Associates
- Radio Technician (in training) at the Department of Civil Aviation
- TAFE SA, Adelaide City Campus
- School of Electronics Regency Campus
- Department of Civil Aviation training facilities
Kilkenny Technical College
Simon Rodeghiero's Summary
(+ t4Tek & SoundSuite)
mil spec methodology
+ custom electronics
Engineering backed up by many years experience in intelligent, innovative design to achieve a good balance between robust reliability and cost effectiveness while providing the complete, fully realised feature set required and expected for successful, on time project completion.
Simon Rodeghiero's Experience
Media Production industry
2001 – Present (12 years)
S-Tek Audio / commercial AV
t4Tek / creative technology
..... R&D electronics
..... PCB design
SoundSuite / hiQ AV facilities
1993 – 2008 (15 years)
Held various positions, including electronics engineer at DesignTech and MiCal P/L, service co-ordinator at Sontec and Chubb plus as senior project engineer at Tecsound P/L.
During this period also studied programming (machine code, assembler and C) plus PCB CAD using Protel. More recently, courses of study on networking and MS server admin.
Portfolio available, comprising many AV installations based on commercial grade DSP platforms featuring intuitive user interfaces for simplified operation. These systems are often powerful and inherently complex if not tamed through clean, clutter free GUIs.
Audio principles applied are based on knowledge and techniques refined over many years. While the 'keep it simple' philosophy is often required to achieve the desired result, it is by no means always. Portfolio upon request.
Government Agency; 1001-5000 employees; Broadcast Media industry
1984 – 1992 (8 years)
(formal title : Radio Operator - Production Operations)
All facets of sound production were encountered, with ample opportunity for skill sets to be honed and developed. Mainly based at the national broadcast facilities in Sydney.
Recorded orchestras at the Opera House, mixed bands broadcast live to national networks, worked on radio plays (with awards, including one specifically for production values) and worked in the more traditional areas of radio broadcast. These included panel operating regular segments and various outside broadcasts.
Also panel operated for Sir Jimmy Young, who was the #1 drive time presenter on BBC Radio 2 in the UK at that time, purportedly with more than 15 million regular listeners.
station Tech dude
1981 – 1982 (1 year)
Maintained and upgraded broadcast studios as required. Every week, mixed a band live to air for 'local and live' segment. Increasingly involved in music craft /composition and production. Good refresher to recording techniques. Music production is an ongoing activity.
Senior Station Technician
1980 – 1981 (1 year)
Hired to manage the repair and maintainance of equipment at the Darwin studios and the Berrimah transmitter site. Once reliability was restored, personally designed and installed a new edit suite. Also tailored an outside broadcast console with extensive modifications and extensions, which was well received by the talent. Also developed a keen interest in sound production during this period.
Cliffs Robe River Iron Associates
1977 – 1980 (3 years)
Working in the Pilbara on diverse technologies including marine radar and ultra robust industrial paging. Also worked extensively on railway systems, including train based VHF transceivers plus microwave communications links and remote repeater stations. Provided further grounding in principles of 'mission critical' system design.
Radio Technician (in training)
the Department of Civil Aviation
1973 – 1976 (3 years)
Training and working at Adelaide Airport on various military grade communications and Navigational Aid systems. DCA was considered the premium trainer with first class facilities and educators and was largely responsible for establishing Australia's exemplary airline safety record. Training was to the highest available standard at that time. DCA provided an invaluable grounding for the electronics industry and a unique insiight into robust system design principles.
Simon Rodeghiero's Skills & Expertise
Simon Rodeghiero's Education
TAFE SA, Adelaide City Campus
2006 – 2007
School of Electronics Regency Campus
1995 – 1997
Department of Civil Aviation training facilities
1973 – 1976
Kilkenny Technical College
1973 – 1976
1968 – 1972
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