This past month, I was interviewed by Bruel & Kjaer's, "Waves Magazine" in their Expert Profile feature. For those people not familiar with Bruel & Kjaer located in Denmark they are one of the oldest (in operation since 1942) best known manufacturers of acoustic and vibration measurement equipment.
The interviewer was interested in how my career transitioned from musician to recording engineering to acoustic/psychoacoustics. Essentially, my career has been a world-wind trip through the Circle of Confusion where I was guided by my interests, curiosity in the perception and measurement of sound, and the opportunities I was presented at the time. There was no master plan. Hopefully, we've helped remove some of the confusion in the circle by providing with a better understanding of what influences the quality of recorded and reproduced sound, and how to make it better and more consistent.
You can read the entire interview here: