:: B I O ::
DAVID REEDER is a media arts software developer who combines software
design with music composition, sound invention and inter-media
He is co-organizer of NYC SuperCollider, serves on the executive
steering committee of the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival
(NYCEMF) and is co-founder of the NYCEMS (Society).
David has over 15 years professional experience in software
development and Internet protocol design spanning commercial,
educational and government operations in the areas of networking,
operating systems, security and Internet standards.
As a musician, David has performed at the Darmstadt Internationale
Ferienkurse für Neue Musik and in New York including the
Brooklyn College International Electro-Acoustic Music Festival. His
compositions have been performed in cities around the US. As a music
technologist, David has built an iOS app to synchronize performances
via Internet atomic clocks, presented solo and team installations,
presented new research at ICMC and has worked as consultant with a
variety of projects and artists.
David's current focus is mobile design and development, niche problem
solving, custom network protocols, micro-networking, deep services
and backend support.
His research interests include developing enhanced features for Open
Sound Control (OSC) and novel means to present musical experiences
via pocket computers, ubiquitous computing, wearable devices,
brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and gestural control systems.
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:: C O D E ::
Projects in the public domain.
:: I N S T A L L A T I O N ::
:: E L E C T R O N I C * M U S I C ::
:: bells and biological phenomena; 4-channel live performance
:: (10'22"; 2004; Max/MSP)
Led Ohm Roll
:: elevators, thunderstorms, haunted train yards; all samples collected by hand
:: (3'; 2003; ProTools)
:: manipulated voice samples from out-takes pile
:: (59"; 2008; ProTools)
Distributed in 60x60 project.
:: (10'15"; 2003; Max/MSP)
:: tunable sine wave and modulator pairs + real-time programmable sequencer + whitenoise pad; 2-channel live performance
:: video controlled poem for dancers
:: (7'04"; 2004; Max/MSP + SoftVNS)
:: A C O U S T I C * M U S I C ::
:: L I N K S ::
Copyright © 2017 by David Reeder