I’m a music technology research engineer at Sony in the R&D Center in Tokyo.
Previously, I was an audio research intern at Adobe in the Audio Research Group and I received my PhD in computer science from Queen Mary University of London, where I was part of the Audio Engineering Research Team within the Centre for Digital Music.
My research interests lie at the intersection of machine learning, digital signal processing, and intelligent music production, where my primary focus of research is on deep learning architectures for music and audio processing.
I hold a MSc in digital signal processing from The University of Manchester, UK, and a degree in electronic engineering from the University of Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia.
In addition, I’m an electronic music producer and mixing engineer under the name of imaginary unit.