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Computer-Based Music Theory and Acoustics

Hongchan Choi

Hongchan Choi is a musician and an engineer who has been pioneering music technology for the open web platform. 

Kurt Werner

I'm Dr. Kurt James Werner, a Lecturer in Audio @ the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) @ Queen's University Belfast. I'm active as a researcher and writer, composer of electro-acoustic/acousmatic (&c.) music, author of digital signal processing code & compositional algorithms, & circuit-bender. My research focuses on theoretical aspects of wave digital filters and other virtual analog topics, computer modeling of circuit-bent instruments, & the history of music technology.

Madeline Huberth

Madeline Huberth graduated from Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics in June, 2018. Her research intersects music psychology and the study of gesture in performance, exploring production and perception of polyphony using EEG, motion capture, and behavioral studies. Prior to coming to CCRMA, she received a B.M. in Cello Performance and a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Physics from the University of Michigan, and her masters from the University of Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar.

Romain Michon

Romain Michon ( is a PhD candidate at Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. His research focuses on physical modeling of musical instruments, new lutherie, digital fabrication, FAUST and the use of mobile platforms as musical instruments. As a musician, Romain plays saxophone and piano, he is also a tenor, and above all, he likes to rock on the BladeAxe (!

Alex Chechile

Alex Chechile is an artist and composer whose work develops in parallel with research in neuroscience, psychoacoustics, and the biomechanics of hearing.  His electroacoustic compositions and installations bring transparency to otherwise invisible processes in biology and technology.


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