Refereed Articles

“On the Horizon of Digital Technics in Kaija Saariaho’s IO and Nymphéa.” Archival Notes 7 (2023): 109–139.

“Hearing Timbre at the Crossroads.” Article for Symposium on The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre, and Vocality (2019), by Nina Sun Eidsheim. Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies 9, nos. 1-2 (2022).

Encoding Post-Spectral Sound: Kaija Saariaho’s Electronic Works at IRCAM, 1982–87.” Music Theory Online 27, no. 3 (2021).

Transmedial Aesthetics and Mimetic Models in the Music of Panayiotis Kokoras.” Nuove Musiche 5 (2018): 119–139. See also forthcoming online companion piece, “Transmediation as Compositional Process: An Interview with Panayiotis Kokoras.”

Reassembling Kaija Saariaho’s Vers le blanc (1982).” Mitteilungen der Paul Sacher Stiftung 33 (2020): 37–44.

Playing with Shadows: Reinjection Loops and Historical Allusion in Georg Friedrich Haas’s Live-Electronic Music.” Circuit: musiques contemporaines 29, no. 2 (2019): 63–82.

Strange Yet Familiar Sounds in Zosha Di Castri’s String Quartet No.1.” Circuit: musiques contemporaines 28, no. 2 (2018): 83–98.

Book Chapters

Rhythm Quantization: Notes on the History of a Technocultural Practice.” Chapter for the Oxford Handbook of Time in Music, edited by Mark Doffmann, Emily Payne, and Toby Young, 347–372. Oxford: Oxford University Press (in press).

Conference Proceedings

Graphic Music Representations: A Comparative Study Based on an Aural Analysis of Philippe Leroux’s M.É.Proceedings of the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network Conference (2014).

Book Reviews

Review of Sound Unseen: Acousmatic Sound in Theory and Practice, by Brian Kane. Music Theory Online 21, no. 1 (2015).

Audio Publications

Making Orchestras Speak/ Making Machines Listen.” SMT-POD: The Society of Music Theory Podcast, Season 1, no. 14 (April 14, 2022).

Coauthored Publications

“(Electro)Acoustics, Optics, and Microtonal Aesthetics in the Music of Georg Friedrich Haas.” Chapter coauthored with Amy Bauer, in The Oxford Handbook of Spectral Music, edited by Amy Bauer and William Mason (in press).

Sensate Sovereignty: A Dialogue on Dylan Robinson’s Hungry Listening.” Coauthored with Sadie Couture, Jonathan Sterne, Mehak Sawhney, Shirley Roburn, Andy Kelleher Stuhl, Burç Köstem, Hannah Tollefson, Randolph Jordan, Allyson Rogers, and Michael Nardone. Amodern: Currents (2020).

Manuscripts In Preparation

“Rethinking Musical Work with Philippe Leroux’s Quid sit musicus?.” Article to be submitted for review Fall 2022.

“Max for Live: Converging Instruments, Interfaces, and Infrastructures in New Musical Media.” Article to be submitted Fall 2022.

“Formatting Timbre: Computer-Assisted Orchestration and the ACTOR Network.” Article to be submitted for review Winter 2022.