Courses taught: Electronic Music
Douglas is passionate about digital signal processing algorithms for audio analysis, processing and synthesis. He also examines novel interfaces and methodologies for audiovisual performance.
Douglas joined ARU in 1997 after completing his PhD on 'Analysis and Resynthesis of Polyphonic Music' at Durham University. His interests span a range of applications of digital technology to creative arts, particularly polyphonic music transcription and novel composition methodologies. He has also worked as a VJ, and pursues his interest in experimental video techniques. Recently he has performed using his own software for synthesis of vector graphics.
Digital signal processing for music, audiovisual performance software and hardware.
Richardson P., Toulson, R., and Nunn, D., 2012, Analysis and manipulation of modal ratios of cylindrical drums, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Mitchell, C.J., Nunn, D.J.E. and Cirstea, M., 2006, Aligning Music Genre Ontologies with Controlled Vocabularies, Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Advances in Intelligent IT: Active Media Technology
Nunn, D., 2018, Software for vector synthesis and performance. presented at Vector Hack Festival, Zagreb, Croatia and Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Nunn, D. and Davis, T, 2018, Exhibition - Gallery Greta, Zagreb, 1-4 October 2018
Nunn, D. and Brkušić, H., 2018, Polymorphism [performance], presented at Vector Hack Festival, Zagreb, Croatia
Nunn, D., 2018, Approaches to vector-based audiovisual performance, presented at Seeing Sound Conference, Bath Spa University, March 2018