The work of composer/sound artist, Matthew Burtner (www.burtner.net) is guided by an interest in natural acoustic processes, and a focus on music as the synthesis of imagination and environment. A native of Alaska, he studied philosophy at St. Johns College, music composition at Tulane University, computer music at Iannis Xenakis's UPIC/CEMAMu studios, and computer music at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. He is currently completing doctoral work at Stanford University/CCRMA and is an Assistant Professor of composition and computer music at the University of Virginia/VCCM. Commercial recordings of his music include "Incantations" (DACO 102, Germany), "Portals of Distortion" (Innova 526, USA), and "Arctic Contrasts" (EUCD 012, Norway).
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