Marc Moglen studied Psychoacoustics and Music Perception at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was the product manager for audio technologies in multi-user virtual environments. R&D groups which he participated in include the Center for New Media and the Digital Design Research Group. His research took him to the EU, where 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 He has been involved in numerous exploratory projects to investigate the potential of audio technologies in virtual environments.