Teaching Trajectory


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My teaching methodology is a consequence of my multi-disciplinary trajectory, where I combine my personal artistic view along with my technical knowledge and experience. I bring to my students not only the theory about how things should be done; when teaching music production, I can also explain them my experience of years as a touring musician; when teaching programming, I’ll transmit them the logic-way-of-thinking that a programmer should develop, but also my experiences as an electronic artist.

 

Barcelona

– In 2000 I taught at Microfusa, in Barcelona, one of the most prestigious Sound Engineering schools in Spain. in the subject of Computer Music.

– In 2003 taught at the Publishing Rights Society of Spain (SGAE), a Steimberg Cubasecourse, for the society members.
- In 2006 I installed and configured a full Digidesign ICON system, at the SAE Institute of Barcelona.


Buenos Aires

EMBA

Between 2006 and 2011 I was a staff professor at the prestigious Escuela de Música de Buenos Aires (EMBA), on the following subjects:

Applied Technology and Acoustics for Music (ATAM 5A – 6A ATAM), Audio and Video Digitalizacion (EDAV M – EDAV E), Audio for Multimedia, Mix 2, Pro Tools Course – Recording, editing and mixing.

INARTEC

– Between 2006 and 2010 I taught Sound Engineering and Music Production at INARTEC, and produced a complete course on the Pro Tools DAW.


Interactive Art

– In 2011 I wrote and produced a seminar called “Interactive Musical Interfaces”, at the Cultural Center of Spain in Managua, San Salvador and Tegucigalpa. The seminar was an approach to electronic art, and the programming environments for the scenic arts.

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