His sonic installations have been featured at the Museum of Making Music, the Fleet Science Center, NAMM, and the Havana Biennial. His sound design work ranges from theatre (the “pocket media-opera” Tacoma Narrows Monochord) to dance (scoring the concrete trampoline of Foreground) to industrial, where he designed sound schema for hybrid vehicles.
Dr. Warren’s research in acoustic measurement produced the EchoThief Impulse Response Library. These sonic snapshots of distinctive spaces throughout North America provide one of the most rich and varied collections of reverbs available.
He performs with A Hundred Ghosts and BASSER and is a resident artist at Space4Art in San Diego. His software company SuperHoax develops unique audio effects for Ableton Live using the innovative Max for Live programming language.
Dr. Warren earned a Ph.D. in Computer Music from UC San Diego studying with Dr. Miller Puckette, author of the Max and Pure Data programming languages, and an M.A. in Music, Science, and Technology from Stanford University. He teaches sound design and digital composition at San Diego State University.
chris [at] superhoax [dot] com