Evan grew up in California playing the guitar, and performed at many national and international jazz festivals in the U.S. and Europe. He also won multiple awards for outstanding musicianship.
Upon arriving at Berklee College of music, his interests turned to sound design, programming, and electronic music production. Combining an education in music composition and arrangement with study and practice of high-level sound design theory, programming, and audio production, Evan has a bold, yet flexible sonic aesthetic that enables him to venture into any stylistic territory, musical or otherwise.
Evan currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is an instructor of electronic music production and sound design at Dubspot. He is a creator and developer of the Sound Design and Synthesis course. In addition to tutorials and publications for Dubspot, he has contributed C programming code to The Audio Programming Book, edited by Dr. Richard Boulanger, published by MIT Press. He is a freelance audio engineer, sound designer, producer, and educator. His mythic dancefloor alter ego can be found here.
+Synthesis and digital signal processing using multiple types of architecture, including modular systems, soft synths, spectral analysis, samplers, and open-ended instrument and effect design.
+Audio engineering, including tracking, mix, and post production.
+Broad knowledge of digital production and post-production applications.
+Sound for film, including foley, original sound design, voice over, scoring, and mix in stereo and surround.
+Sound and instrument design/programming in Max/MSP and cSound.