Writing and Talking

Lectures and Talks

I enjoy sharing ideas and knowledge. Spring 2013 I spent at Stanford University as artist in residence at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) and taught a course entitled 'sound, structure and machines'. Before that I have been professor at the master's program Sound Studies at the Berlin University of the Arts from 2009 - 2013. My topics of interest include computer generated sound, synthesis, spatialisation, concepts for composition, performance and installation using algorithmic and stochastic processes and general artistic strategies when working with computers. If my schedule permits, I am also available for talks about Ableton Live or Max For Live .

A list of selected lectures, workshops and talks can be found here.


A question of wording: Science and Research in Digital Arts [2016]

Performance in the Age of Super Computing I [2007]

Performance in the Age of Super Computing II [2009]

Robert Henke talks with Rashad Becker about Mastering, sound, and the race for volume. [2008]

Anmerkungen zur Arbeit mit generativen Prozessen [2014]