Exploring and Expanding the Potentials of Interaction
Designing an interdisciplinary course of study in Psychoacoustics and Music Perception at UC Berkeley, I became an R&D team member on two year-long projects exploring sound in virtual space. Following that I pursued research and teaching in ‘the city of music’, at the University of Leipzig, where I lectured three full University courses, including proposed curricula such as “Interdisciplinarity in Musicology” and “Experimental Tonal Practice Working Group”. I was also given the opportunity to be a an invited conference presenter on topics such as “Music and Robotization," “Exploring New Musical Worlds,” and “Parallels in the Trance Music Experience.” [See: Talks]
Innovative methodology in trance induction and brain wave entrainment.
3D audio spatialization with Ponnuki Studios (Canada).
Second Life informational audio (Remixing Chatalhoyuk).
Environmental audio for "Oakland Blues Project" (Center for New Media).
Specialist Training across EU, here with Simone Corelli for a briefing on Film Sound