West Hills, California, USA
I make a lot of music, but have rarely finished tracks lately. I am married with 2 kids. I used to work at harman music group on lexicon reverb units, now I work as an acoustical consultant in Santa Monica. I'm designing a guitar-shaped synth (still). I circuit bend. I played in an experimental music group with a local music professor at BYU a few years back. I would like to get something similar going (experimental improv music) in LA. Drop me a line about that if you like.
Casio, Guitars, bent stuff, reason, fruity loops, pure data, cubase, soldering iron, hr16, mmt8, ableton, Juno60, reaper
Electronic Music other: Take this job (school) and SHOVE IT
Written January 03 2007 , Tags: acoustics, graduation, school, guitar
So I'm officially done with school! I turned in my final Capstone report (like a Senior thesis) and it actually passed! I didn't even label my axes!
Perhaps a little background information is in order. I am receiving an undergraduate degree in Applied Physics with Acoustics emphasis from Brigham Young University.
My capstone project involved magnetic pickup arrays for stringed instruments (so this IS an EM related blog, lol)
I'll post up the report later if anyone wants to read it. I'm not too proud of it, but it got the job done.
EDIT: report as RTF link
report as word doc link
that sounds most interesting.
will u make us all a new kind of instrument?
an electroacustic controller em thing?
Got to drink now. Will post soon.
CC- I am working on a guitar shaped synthy thing with strings. After making the synth I planned to try it as a midi controller with the little doepfer thing.
Now you need to get a job like the rest of us schmoes.
I just posted links to the report ^
19 meg rtf report? did you use a lot of big words?
cool visualizations charts.
I think the charts are in fact the filesize culprits.
congratulations. by posting it here, you are now published. looks gret on a c.v.
hey, i study applied physics too
this may com in handy ;p
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