In this weeks home automation show of Automation Unplugged, Ed Gilmore, CEO and Founder of Gilmore’s Sound Advice, Inc. shares a personal story and why his showroom was designed with such warmth.
This week's home automation podcast features our host Ron Callis interviewing Ed Gilmore. Recorded live on Wednesday, May 25th 2022, at 12:30PM EST
About Ed Gilmore
In 1988 Edward Gilmore, a professional classical musician, began a parallel career as an audio consultant to a leading Architectural and Interior Design firm. By 1991, he formed his own full-service company, Gilmore’s Sound Advice, Inc. For many years, Gilmore’s Sound Advice strictly adhered to a word-of-mouth recommendation policy to ensure the company’s commitment to superior installation and client support.
Now, directly responsible for an impressive, high-profile client resume. With the move to an 8,000-square-foot facility in 2016, Gilmore created one of the most unique showrooms and event spaces in New York City. Their new workspace allows GSA staff to build, program, and test all systems before leaving the facility. An active member of CEDIA, HTSA, and HTA, a commitment to ongoing education and certification underscores GSA’s commitment to providing clients with an informed assessment of the industry’s best available options and practices.
- Ed’s professional background in classical music
- A personal story from Ed and why his showroom was designed with such warmth
- A few celebrity stories including the work he did for Richard Gear and Cindy Crawford back in the 80’s and 90’s