Mat Dalgleish has been a lecturer at the University of
Wolverhampton since 2010 and became Course Leader for Music
Technology in 2011. He specialises in teaching audio synthesis and
processing, audio programming, and music for film.
Mat had previously been a Visiting Lecturer at the University of
Wolverhampton and a visiting researcher at the Music Computing Lab
of The Open University. He has also worked for a variety of
national and international clients on projects that range from
musical interaction design and software development to the creation
of original music for film and new media.
Mat studied for a BA(Hons) in Fine Art at the University of
Northumbria and Coventry University, an MA (with Distinction) in
Media Arts from Coventry University, and a PhD from the University
of Wolverhampton on the design of digital musical instruments.
Mat's research interests are situated at the intersection of
design, performance and technology. Particular interests include
how the histories of live electronic music can inform the design of
digital musical instruments, and how novel interfaces can aid the
understanding and learning of more traditional musical skills.
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