Editor - Eric Lyon | Virginia Tech | 12519
ISSN: 2090-2719

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Eric Lyon

Eric Lyon
Eric Lyon
Associate Professor
Virginia Tech


Eric is a composer and developer of computer music software. He is a co-developer of FFTease, and developer of the LyonPotpourri MaxMSP objects. His recent compositional output includes works for the Smith Quartet, NeXT Ens., Kathleen Supové, and a trio for flute, clarinet and computer commissioned for the opening of the NOVARS studio complex at Manchester University.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Eric developed many strategies for audio sound processing and algorithmic sound design, with a focus on spectral processors. He regularly releases software that results from his audio and compositional research. In addition to a focus on computer music, Eric composes instrumental music, and more recently, computer chamber music that integrates instrumental and live computer music practice. His instrumental music is heavily influenced by his work in computer music and vice versa.

Research Interest

Computer music, algorithmic music, algorithmic sound design, computer chamber music, spatial orchestration, articulated noise, audio software design.



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