New paper: Nonlinear Sequencing published in the SEAMUS 2020 proceedings
03/13/20- 2020 New Music Festival, Florida International University, Miami Beach Urban Studios
03/03/20 – MOXsonic (Missouri Experimental Sonic Arts), University of Central Missouri (Warrensburg, Missouri)
02/21/20- [PMF~] Performing Media Festival, Indiana University (South Bend)
05/10/19- Telemetry Music Series, The Bridge (Charlottesville): ABAB (audiovisual)
05/27/19- EXPO 74 (Cycling74 conference) Mass MoCA, North Adams (Ma) Presentation of my interactive audiovisual patch
NEW JOB! I will be joining the outstanding faculty at the McIntire Department of Music at University of Virginia as visiting professor starting this fall. I will be teaching exciting courses such as Technosonics, Audio-Visual Composition and Algorithmic Composition… can’t wait!
Watch previews of my ICAD installation WAVEFORMS read about this installation and download the conference
New Composing Visual Music video is out (Interpolating Resonant Spectra). Check it!
New Composing Visual Music video is out (Sonorous Objects Bouncing). Check it!
04/27/2018: Nebula Ensemble, Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church, Sanctuaryin Denver Colorad: Variazioni su Space Invader for two cellos, electronics and visuals
mic_externals a collection of MaxMSP tools for algorithmic composition and sound visualization is now available for download from GitHub
Check out new videos of Group Flow, thank you Mikey Siegel for making me a part of it!
Check out my new series of tutorials “Composing Visual Music”
Nebula Ensemble commission: piece for two cellos, live electronics and visuals is in the works (performance date TBA)
Joined Mikey Seigel and the Consciousness Hacking team as Max developer (9/1)
Aldo Clementi’s System: lecture at Boston Conservaory (10/5)
Invited speaker at University of Limerick (Ireland) (7/19)
World Premiere of “OstinataMente” for brainist and viola at the MIT Museum as part of the Cambridge Science Festival
The Open Music Composer’s Book Vol. 3 with my chapter is out!
My article “Deus ex Machina: Uncovering Aldo Clementi’s System” is out on Perspectives of New Music (54, no. 1)