I am a composer and researcher in the fields of electroacoustic music, multimedia, and virtual reality.
My work ranges from solo pieces to chamber orchestra including sound installations, video, improvisation and electronics. I began music studies at the Conservatory of music Manuel de Falla in Argentina and hold an MFA in composition and technology from the University of California Irvine and a PhD in Digital Composition from the University of California Riverside. I write sound processing and synthesis tools for composition and taught composition, music theory, computer music and technology at the California State University Northridge, the University of California Riverside and Irvine, where I created and developed STEM curriculum with applications in virtual reality music and sound in mobile devices.
My current research "Enactive Soundscapes", in collaboration with the Enactive Virtuality Research Group at Tallin University, focuses on the study sound spatialization in virtual reality, induced by the user's enactivity. The aim is to develop music and sound design techniques to immerse the listener in an audiovisual experience that prioritizes or balances the use of sound over visuals to better understand the link between music, sound and emotion.
martin [at] martinjaroszewicz [dot] com