Research and Development

Development of the original conception of modulatory musical space from the oldest theoretical tradition of Aristoxen and Zarlino to contemporary systematical approaches, specially applied to the diverse forms of chromatic music and other forms of musical construction. End goal will be the development of theoretical models and analytic tools able to concretize the dynamics of musical linearity and non-linearity, both in classical or erudite music and other forms of musical expressions, like jazz etc. This dynamics will defy meta-musical perceptual and theoretical issues related to the concept of musical time and phenomenological perception.
09/2013 to 09/2016

The doctoral work proposed in the area of Music Computing, arose from the desire to find mechanisms to use soundscapes as a source material for significant artistic creations. According, the proposal not only continues the work already completed, but is an artistic reinterpretation of the sound that surrounds us and the way in which it influences us.
07/2012 to 06/2015