Music Software Development

Music Software Development

The Music and Sound Design Platform

Dr. Lobel leads a team of developers who work on creating Music_SDP: an open-source platform for live electronic music performance. Music_SDP is actively developed and has fostered an international community of creators who use the tool for innovative productions, performances, and multimedia projects.

From the website: “We’ve redefined how your favorite music-making tools are used, and created a platform that is designed from the ground up for live performance, experimentation, creation, and exploration. Gone is the linear, track-oriented design of the traditional digital audio workstation. In it’s place is an infinitely expandable, modular system based off a guitar pedal board paradigm.”

The Music and Sound Design Platform

Dr. Lobel leads a team of developers who work on creating Music_SDP: an open-source platform for live electronic music performance. Music_SDP is actively developed and has fostered an international community of creators who use the tool for innovative productions, performances, and multimedia projects.

From the website: “We’ve redefined how your favorite music-making tools are used, and created a platform that is designed from the ground up for live performance, experimentation, creation, and exploration. Gone is the linear, track-oriented design of the traditional digital audio workstation. In it’s place is an infinitely expandable, modular system based off a guitar pedal board paradigm.”

PREVIOUS PROJECTS

 Dr. Lobel has previously contributed to other projects, developing systems for new music hardware and analytical tools for adaptive performance systems. Dr. Lobel has lectured on his code at several conferences and universities, including the SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States) conference at the University of Florida, at the University of Colorado, and the Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto in Porto, Portugal. Dr. Lobel’s presentations have been accepted twice at the International Computer Music Conference, in 2016 and in 2012.

MOMOTONE

Dr. Lobel worked with the Seoul-based startup company to develop new interactive music systems for innovative consumer products.

KINETIC

As a research assistant at the University of Texas, Austin, Dr. Lobel helped to develop music analysis tools for a collaboration between UT and the Universidade do Porto, in Porto, Portugal

SEMINARS

Lectures both nationally and abroad have covered topics on music analysis, platform development, and a variety of topics around the creation of new software technology. 

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