about

a bit about me


research


I am a PhD student in Computer Music at the University of California, San Diego. My research is in spatial audio and sonification. Specifically, I work on binaural filter design, and on the sonification of real time parameter streams. Currently, I am supported in part by a UCSD grant for research on sonifying wearable bio-sensors. A sonification toolkit for the Pd and Max will be available for download by the end of the year as a result of this project.


professional experience


Professionally, I have worked for Sonic Arts R&D at CalIT2 for two years, where I build audio software solutions for businesses in telecommunications, media, and the arts. Unfortunately, I can't give away the software that I make for work.


indie software dev


As an independent developer, I write applications and plugins for musicians and sound designers, which emphasize simplicity and ease of use. Some of those projects are available for download here. All of my personal work is open source and uses non-restrictive licenses.