David Huff is a Ph.D. candidate in Music Theory with a B.A. in Music (2004) and M.M. in Music Theory (2010) from the University of North Texas. David’s research interests include electroacoustic and computer music, the Second Viennese School, jazz and popular music, and the history of music theory. His most current research projects involve the analysis, pedagogy, and preservation of electroacoustic music, and his dissertation will focus on the analysis of early electroacoustic works through their “re-realization” via computer software that he is developing. David also stays busy as an audio engineer working in the UNT Music Library’s audio preservation studio.
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