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Oscar Pablo Di Liscia

Oscar Pablo Di Liscia


Universidad Nacional de Quilmes



Born in Santa Rosa (La Pampa, Argentina). Doctor in Humanities and Arts, Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Was Director of the Program in Electronic Composition of Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (Argentina) and Secretary of Research and Post-Graduates Studies at Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (Argentina). At present is Professor of Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and of Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Director of the “Music and Science” collection at Editorial of Universidad Nacional de Quilmes.
His compositions were awarded by national and international societies and performed at Cuba, USA, France, Spain, Chile, Holland, etc.
He has published papers on aesthetics and techniques of new music and technologies, as well as developed software for Digital Signal Processing, Musical Analysis and Composition.
His main areas of research are: Digital Signal Processing (specially Sound Spatialisation and Spectral Analysis of Digital Sound), Electronic Composition and Computer Music.

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