Prior to becoming a professional software developer, I was a graduate student and then academic researcher in various disciplines relating to music and human hearing: auditory grouping, Digital Signal Processing for music synthesis, acoustics of musical instruments, and orchestration.

Want to see my 1995 Home Page from those days? (Courtesy of the Internet Archive Wayback Machine)

Links to Peer Review Articles
Music Perception: 1995, 1987
Journal of the Audio Engineering Society: 1995
Journal of the Acoustical Society America: 1995, 1994
PhD Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1991. Title: Concurrent Timbres in Orchestration: a Perceptual Study of Factors Determining 'blend'
Master's Thesis
Eastman School of Music, 1983. Title: Edgard Varese's Ecuatorial; A Pitch-Class Set Analysis
Links to Articles in Conference Proceedings
Edgard Varese Symposium, Columbia University: 1984
Acoustical Society of America: 1998, 1996a, 1996b, 1994a, 1994b, 1989
International Computer Music Conference: 1992, 1991, 1989
Society for Music Perception & Cognition: 1997a, 1997b, 1996, 1995a, 1995b, 1992
Society for Music Theory: 1989
Links to Book Reviews
Music Perception: 1996
Music Theory Spectrum: 1990


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