BMus, University of Toronto (2014)

I am a graduate student in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto.  My research interests include lexical approaches to personality, performance enhancement, biofeedback, sensory-substitution, music cognition, and human-machine interfacing.

I completed my BMus at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music with a specialist in music theory and a major in psychology.  I am passionate about the physics and mathematics of music. I design and develop music visualization and audio synthesis software.  I’m also currently exploring a 3D model of harmony and tonal function based on Ne-Riemannian theory.

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