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I teach music theory, composition and computer music at the University of South Carolina. I also direct undergraduate and graduate research/creative activity in computer music.

My current research interests involve mathematical music theory, software development for music theory, and sonification. To learn more about my music, software or teaching, click on one the links above. Links to featured articles, compositions, and presentations are available below. You can check out snipits from my electronic music CD Sounding Number in Apple Music, or listen to the entire album on Spotify or Naxos.

Featured Projects

Mutational Music Project

Mutational Music Project

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ICAD 2021

ICAD 2021
Seed, from Double Helix

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ATMI 2020

ATMI 2020
Integrating Music and Genetics through Sonification and Data-Driven Music Composition

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Double Helix

Double Helix, a computer-generated composition

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Totality for bassoon and piano

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ATMI 2016

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

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Bridges 2015

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

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ATMI 2013

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

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Csound Journal

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

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ATMI 2012

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

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ATMI 2007

ATMI 2007 (Salt Lake City, UT)
Teaching Tuning Theory with SuperCollider

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ICMC 2006

ICMC 2006 (New Orleans, LA)
The AIMS Project: Creative Experiments in Musical Sonification

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