Marc Moglen studied Psychoacoustics and Music Perception at the University of California, Berkeley, where he designed soundscapes for multi-user virtual environment research and development groups at the Center for New Media and Department of Anthropology. A former Nintendo Game Tester, he was a guest lecturer in Advanced Psychoacoustics at the University of Kent, and taught Interdisciplinarity in Musicology at the University of Leipzig. He led the Experimental Tonal Practice Working Group, a tutorial for strings and voice, at the Felix Mendelssohn Conservatory of Music and Theater. His conference presentations include, "Exploring New Musical Worlds,ʺ "Dialogue around Hip-Hop,ʺ "Parallels and Incongruences of the Trance Music Experience,ʺ & "Music and Robotization.ʺ A composer of baroque inspired electronic and symphonic works, he recently performed original electronic music at the VIP Soiree of the Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA. As an Intel Early Technology Explorer, currently he is developing applications for psychoacoustically enhanced audio.