I proposed a digital model of bucket-brigade device circuits which gives careful treatment to each subcircuit and characteristic of these unusual analog delay lines.
I have done some work on backwards-compatible audio codec improvement using noise substitution. Some early approaches to this topic were implemented in the row-MP3 codec and were tested in the MP3 Challenge.
Snowball is a web-based application that streamlines the process of offering content in return for a "favor".
The Lattice Harp is a musical instrument that combines the characteristics and functionality of harp with the matrix pattern of a button pad.
Experimentalists Anonymous is a website that I created in August 2003. It functions as a resource and community for people interested in do-it-yourself audio electronics. The message board has received over 13,000 posts since its inception, and the music device datasheet and schematic archive is one of the largest on the Internet. It also links to my web-based business, Experimentalists Anonymous Custom Electronic Devices, through which I've sold various audio hardware projects since 2004.
The ooscc is an attempt to make a very open-ended hardware controller that communicates over Ethernet via OSC. It's a project which still has a pretty big to-do list!
VisualHPS is a simple piece of software that visualizes the Harmonic Product Spectrum. It also performs some rudimentary fundamental frequency (pitch) detection and outputs the found values via OSC, so that they can be synthesized elsewhere.
Supa is an attempt to streamline the process of creating audio loops with a specific tempo and key.
The Synth In A Month is an analog modular synthesizer I built in Winter of 2006 based on designs by Ray Wilson.
I built a hollowbody electric guitar at the Totnes School of Guitarmaking during my final semester of high school.
You can find some compositions I've done here.