Hi! My name is Martin! I teach a broad range of musical subjects, including theory, recording and using audio software, and saxophone. I love to give students the ability to tackle musical problems with ideas from a broad range of disciplines, which I find equally valuable in my own work. I am very easy going, flexible, and will be sure to modify my lessons to suit your short term and long term needs.
I have a Master's degree in Music Composition from Brooklyn College, and a Bachelor's degree in both Music and Interactive Multimedia from The College of New Jersey, and have maintained a strong interest and knowledge of both music and the technological developments that allow for innovative compositions and performances.
I am very much looking forward to getting to know you, and helping you achieve your goals!
Set up equipment, recorded, edited, and mixed recordings of performances of both premieres and old works.
Set up audio equipment for live and fixed media works and facilitated tech changes during performances.
Assisted doctoral candidates with research in subjects at the intersection of engineering and music. Helped prepare for, run, and teach at a summer camp for high schoolers that delved into engineering concepts behind various areas of music production.
Transcribed piano improvisations of Marvin Minsky to sheet music.
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