Richard E. Goldberg

CCRMA Role: 
Visiting Scholar
Years Attended: 
08/2004 - 07/2013
Preferred Email (public): 
rgoldberg@brattle.com
Current Employer: 
The Brattle Group
About Me: 
I do economics as my "day job" and work in digital audio coding as a "hobby" on nights and weekends.  I first found my way to CCRMA back in 1988 and have been loosely affiliated ever since.  (I have been a CCRMA "Visiting Scholar" since 2004.)  Most of my CCRMA work has been in collaboration with Professor Marina Bosi with whom I am co-author of the textbook "An Introduction to Digital Audio Coding and Standards" used in CCRMA's class on perceptual audio coding (Music 422).