Jason Fick- Music Technologist


Jason Fick is a composer, collaborator, audio engineer, researcher, and educator actively working in the field of music technology. His music and intermedia have been performed at international, national, and local events, including the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), and International Tribunal on Fracking and Human Rights (Corvallis, 2018). As an engineer, he has recorded classical, jazz, and popular music in live and studio contexts, audio for film, and dialogue for various commercial projects. Several his recent regional chamber concert recordings have been played on classical radio stations in Oregon and throughout the country. His research on music technology pedagogy, sonification, and concert reviews have been published by the Audio Engineering Society (AES), International Community on Auditory Display (ICAD), International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing, and Array, the journal of the International Computer Music Association. He holds a Ph.D. in Music Composition and is currently Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Music Technology and Production at Oregon State University. Prior to arriving in Corvallis in 2016, he taught at Collin College and the Art Institute of Dallas. Jason currently serves as the President of the College Music Society–Pacific Northwest Chapter.

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