Software Engineer in the Department of Technology Systems at Bowling Green State University.
Doctoral studies at Indiana University (PhD in Music Theory and Philosophy), where he later served as Chair of the Music Theory Department. Professor Emeritus and former Dean of Music at the University of Southern California. UNT College of Music Alumni Appreciation Award, 2009.
(Electro)acoustic composer/artist, teaching assistant at Harvard University, new media/music theorist, and the YouTube 'Score Follower.’
Walter is living in Los Angeles working as a freelance composer and sound designer for film and various media.
Freelance composer and performer in Denton.
Associate Professor of Music at the National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan); specializes in computer music composition.
Master's degree in composition and Performance Certificate in conducting from the University of Texas in Austin. Freelance composer and Director of Artistic Administration/Co-founder of the Lone Star Wind Orchestra.
American composer, arranger, educator, administrator, and trumpeter (1934-1994); formerly on the faculty of Sam Houston State University (Huntsville, TX). Named Distinguished alumnus by the UNT College of Music (1993).
Assistant Professor of Digital Arts at Stetson University (beginning Fall 2017).
Graduate Student at the University of North Texas
Further studies at the Institute for Sonology at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague (The Netherlands); currently a PhD candidate at the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast, UK. Active as a composer, performer, and technician specializing in experimental electroacoustic music; founder of The Electronic Hammer performance ensemble.
Professor of Music at Western Oregon University, where he teaches electronic music & composition studies
Conductor, teacher, singer, composer, and poet. Currently serves as Minister of Music at Dunwoody United Methodist Church (Dunwoody, GA). Previously taught composition at Georgia Southern University.
Freelance jazz musician and recording artist in the Puget Sound area; currently on the faculty of Everett Community College (Everett, WA), where he teaches class piano, applied music, and music theory.