Marc Moglen studied Psychoacoustics and Music Perception at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was the project 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.
Invited 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.
Potentials for Composing New Musical Worlds
Invited Guest Lecturer (Leipzig, Germany),
Composition, Class of Professor Mahnkopf
HMT Leipzig ʺFelix Mendelssohn Bartholdy"
Parallels and Incongruences in the Trance Music Experience
Invited International Colloquium Co-presenter (Leipzig, Germany)
ʺKlang, Das Ethnologische Echo" (Sound, The Anthropological Echo),
Music and Robotization
Invited Presenter (Leipzig, Germany)
Doctoral Students Association, University of Leipzig
Experimental Tonal Practice Working Group
Tutor (Leipzig, Germany)
Winter Term (2012-13)
Instrumentation, Composition, and Music Theory
HMT "ʺFelix Mendelssohn Bartholdy"
(Proposed Course, Lecturer, MA level)
Presentation and Argumentation
Assistant Lecturer (Leipzig, Germany)
Fall Term (2012)
American Studies Department, University of Leipzig
Interdisciplinarity in Musicology
Research Assistant (Leipzig, Germany)
Winter Term (2012-13)
Department of Musicology (systematic division), University of Leipzig (Proposed Course, Lecturer)
Dialogue around Hip-Hop
International Conference Co-presenter (Bratislava, Slovakia)
Aesthetics of Popular Culture, Academy of Fine Arts and Design
Guest Presenter (Leipzig, Germany)
Department of Musicology (systematic division), University of Leipzig
Exploring New Musical Worlds
Guest Presenter (Leipzig, Germany), Department of Musicology (systematic division),
University of Leipzig, MA level
Pitch Perception and Auditory Stream Segregation
Guest Lecturer (Kent, England)
Department of Audio Arts, University of Kent
Course: Advanced Acoustics and Psychoacoustics