Most of the information and the programs you will find on this site are related to computer music.
I wrote these tools for my personal use over the years, but you might find some of them useful.
My current personal interests include:
procedural audio for video games
audio features extraction
alternative input devices
music composition and sound design
Japanese language and culture
and many other geeky things I have no idea how to describe...
Feel free to contact me if you have a crazy video game or audio software idea, or if you are working on a music project, and
you think that I could be of some help.
send an email
06/11/2011: added 8 songs to the music page.
20/10/2011: added a 345 MB archive of scifi samples generated by AudioPaint.
06/10/2011: new version 3.0 of AudioPaint.
01/07/2011: updated the articles page.
07/06/2011: added the conferences page.
09/02/2010: minor updates to the web site.
13/03/2008: new version 2.1 of AudioPaint.
10/02/2008: added a classical section to the music page.
26/01/2008: added simple interactive music applets in other software.
06/01/2008: new version 2.0 of AudioPaint.
05/01/2008: updated resume.
02/12/2007: added audio and video examples for Blip.
17/11/2007: new version 1.1 of Blip, with webcam theremin, cellular automaton, drum patterns and more...
30/10/2007: started a web site dedicated to Procedural Audio.
13/10/2007: added KanaLearn, a program to study the Japanese alphabets.
10/09/2007: added a first version of Blip in the Digital Audio & DSP section.
28/08/2007: added JLPTvocab , a program to review Japanese for the JLPT exam.
You can see the full website history here.