Mr Christopher Rhodes

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My research seeks to provoke the line between science and the sonic arts. It navigates this by investigating how biometric datasets, taken from wearable sensors, can allow us to engage with digital technologies (e.g. VR) in novel ways. If successful, innovative forms of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in musical composition can emerge. I am also a Fellow of AdvanceHE (formerly the Higher Education Academy). 


  • BA in Music - Lancaster University
  • MMus in Electroacoustic Music Composition - University of Manchester

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External positions

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Manchester (UOM)

Jan 2019Jun 2021

Research Assistant, University of Manchester (UOM)

1 May 201728 Jul 2017

Areas of expertise

  • M Music - Composition, Interactive Composition, MaxMSP, Audio Programming, Game-Engine Composition, Game-Engines, Sound Design, Electroacoustic Music Composition, Human-Computer Interaction, Gestural Interfaces, Machine learning

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