Ryan Ingebritsen Defends Dissertation

Doctoral Candidate Ryan Ingebritsen successfully defended his dissertation, “AUDITORY KINESTHESIA: A FRAMEWORK TO FACILITATE THE DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF INTERACTIVE MUSIC SYSTEMS” on February 22nd and will graduate May 2022.

Program Areas: Art and Cultural Informatics & Design, Technology, and Society

Research: My research is focused on the performance practice of interactive and data driven digital music and its application to musical information systems. This research will encompass performance psychology, computer music programming, and analysis of movement tracking and other bio information streams related to musical performance as well as look at the history of interactive music performance in a search for common themes and pedagogical techniques.


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