Christopher Konopka


Christopher Konopka is a multidisciplinary artist who researches and experiments with bleeding edge technology and looks to find new forms of interconnectivity. He focuses on everything from audio programming to video synthesis trying to find new ways to streamline standard practices and create new learning techniques. He attended the Berklee College of Music where he received a BFA in Electronic Production & Design. While attending Berklee, he studied Computer Music with Dr. Richard Boulanger and interconnectivity practices with Tom Zicarelli. Along with that he worked on several Music Therapy projects, one of which, "wiiDrum", was a sample-based wiiMote drum set for visually-impaired students.


Since Berklee Christopher has worked on several pieces of commercial software such as CsSpectral for iOS, Muse by BT & Boulanger Labs and the soon to be released web-based music application Pickasound. Outside of commercial software, Christopher works at a think tank out of Rhode Island called Neuropop where he develops hardware & software for neurological research. In his free time he developed a collection of models called ‘arduivis’ which uses serial communication to connect a microcontroller to various programming languages such as MaxMSP, Pure Data, Python or Javascript. As of late Christopher has been experimenting with various forms of video synthesis and looks to find new ways to manipulate video using hardware/software solutions.

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