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Welcome

I teach theory, composition and electronic music at the University of South Carolina. I also direct undergraduate and graduate research/creative activity in computer music. For more information, visit the xMUSE @ USC website.

My current research interests include musical sonification, Web app software development for music theory, and mathematical music theory.

To learn more about my music, software or teaching, click on one of the links above. Links to featured articles, compositions, paper presentations and projects are available below. You can check out snipits from my electronic music CD Sounding Number in iTunes Preview, or listen to the entire album on Spotify.

Featured Projects

Mutational Music Project

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ATMI 2016 (Santa Fe, NM)
Scripting Web Apps for Music Theory with SVG and Web Audio API

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Iteration for alto saxophone, marimba and electronic sound

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Constellation for flute and electronic sound

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Bridges 2015 (Baltimore, MD)
A Musical Scale Generated from the Ratio of Consecutive Primes

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ATMI 2013 (Boston, MA)
Max/MSP Software Design for Music, Math and Computer Science Outreach

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Csound Journal
Risset's Arpeggio:
Composing Sound Using
Spectral Scans

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ATMI 2012 (San Diego, CA)
iPad Web App Development for Music Theory

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