Kurt James Werner is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer-Based Music Theory and Acoustics at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA, pronounced "karma"), composer of electro-acoustic/acousmatic (&c.) music, author of digital signal processing code and compositional algorithms (see Grani+, boots&cats&&&, &c.), & avid circuit-bender. His research focuses on computer modeling of circuit-bent instruments (see: bent.fm lite, &c.), experimental audio & visual codecs, & other aspects of msuic technology. His music references elements of algorithmic/generative composition, breakbeat, chiptunes, musique concrète, circuit-bending, and (granular and otherwise) synthesis, in juxtaposition and superimposition, directly and indirectly. He recently received a Bachelor of Science in General Engineering (with a secondary field in Acoustics) and a Bachelor of Music in Composition/Theory from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Kurt James Werner   Kurt Werner, Stanford, United States


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