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Chris is a PhD student in the [[Computer Laboratory]], supervised by [[Alan Blackwell]] and [[Ian Cross]]. His research explores [[Virtuosity in computer use]] through the remote observation of digital composers using a music package developed by Chris.
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Chris is lecturer at the University of the West of England. His Cambridge PhD in the [[Computer Laboratory]], was supervised by [[Alan Blackwell]] and [[Ian Cross]]. That research explored [[Virtuosity in computer use]] through the remote observation of digital composers using a music package developed by Chris.
  
In the course of his PhD, he has spent 6 months working as the first user interface specialist at music software company Steinberg.
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In the course of his PhD, he spent 6 months working as the first user interface specialist at music software company Steinberg.
  
 
Crucible projects include:
 
Crucible projects include:

Latest revision as of 08:26, 12 October 2013

Chris is lecturer at the University of the West of England. His Cambridge PhD in the Computer Laboratory, was supervised by Alan Blackwell and Ian Cross. That research explored Virtuosity in computer use through the remote observation of digital composers using a music package developed by Chris.

In the course of his PhD, he spent 6 months working as the first user interface specialist at music software company Steinberg.

Crucible projects include:

Crucible Theme: Music technology