Dr. Richard Boulanger (aka Dr. B.) | Project Manager, Co-creator
Dr. B. is a Professor of Electronic Production and Design at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. His courses span a wide range of topics, from circuit bending, to avant-garde electronic composition, to audio programming using the C language, and of course, to Csound.
His published work includes two seminal electronic production texts from MIT Press:
He is a Computer Music pioneer that has been contributing to the field of Software Synthesis and Computer Music since 1979. He is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading sound designers, audio programmers, and computer music composers and has been a leader in the Csound community since it’s inception. His piece, Trapped in Convert, was revised in 1986 and became the first composition written in Csound.
Dr. B. has been a driving force behind the spread Csound since its early days at MIT. He has taught thousands of students at Berklee. He has given Master Classes all over the world. He is the founder and director of Csounds.com. He worked to bring Csound to the OLPC $100 Laptop...
...and now he is bringing Csound to Ableton Live.
Colman O'Reilly | Lead Developer, Co-creator
Colman is currently the Lead Sound Designer at Sonivox and spends his days sneaking Csound into the sample libraries of all the InMusic brands (Numark, AkaiPro, M-Audio, Alesis...). His most recent work can be heard throughout the included expansions for the upcoming AkaiPro MPC Renaissance.
In his "free time", he is also the co-creator and lead developer of CsoundForLive and a graduate of the Electronic Production and Design program at the Berklee College of Music.
During his time at Berklee he studied extensively with Dr. Richard Boulanger and was given the honor of the EP&D Department’s first Teaching Assistantship for Dr. Boulanger’s Audio Programming in C and Sound Design and Composition in Csound courses.
Nick Suda | Lead Beta Tester, Max/MSP advisor
Matthew Hines | Beta Tester, Six-Pack Demo Composer