Ryan Daniel Page
firstname.lastname@example.org 34 Eaton Road, Freedom, N.H. 03836
Skills: Pro-Tools, Logic Pro X, Reaper, Avid, Cubase, Final Cut Pro, Unity, Wwise, Max MSP, Pure Data, Super Collider, Kyma, C++, Python, Arduino, Linux, Windows and OSX operating systems (general familiarity with UNIX terminal), Behringer X32 and Yamaha CL series consoles, MIDI Sysex, DMX, NPRN, SMD soldering, Guitar, Piano, Bouzouki.
2015-Present Film and Digital Media (Ph.D.) University of California, Santa Cruz
2011-2013 Electronic Music and Recording Media (MFA) Mills College
2007-2011 New Media (BA) University of Maine
2015-2020 University of California, Santa Cruz – Teaching Assistant/Lecturer: Developed and taught Film 171A Sound Workshop, ran discussion sections and graded twelve courses.
2018 Electronics Arts/Maxis – Audio Artist: Mixed and mastered dialogue, as well as engineered recording sessions for The Sims 4: Get Famous expansion pack.
2014-2015 California Academy of Sciences – Exhibits Engineering Technician: Programming and electronics construction for new exhibits. Maintenance and repair of existing audio/visual systems.
2013-2014 Keith McMillen Instruments – Engineer: Constructed and tested prototypes for KMI instruments, including the creation of DSP and control software in Max/MSP.
2020 Polymaths. Oversaw the production of a suite of four modules in the VCV Rack format, from conception to release. Managed a small team of designers and programmers. Created in collaboration with David Kant and Mustafa Walker.
2018 HarmSpat. Collaboration with artist Greg Sullo. Developed a vocoder/resynthesizer for distributing sounds in a 32-channel sound-sculpture. Sounds are analyzed, resynthesized and sent to speakers mapped to a predefined portion of the audio spectrum. Band-pass filters can be tuned in real time for non-linear spatialization. Written in Max 8.
2017 Telharfauxnium. Designed and coded a free, open-source alternate firmware for the Music Thing Modular Radio Music eurorack synthesizer module. Firmware shown by the manufacturer at SuperBooth17 in Germany and distributed with the original firmware bundle.
2012 The Perilous Night. Created a midi-controlled sampler for Grammy Award-winning pianist Paul Sullivan used in the performance of John Cage’s The Perilous Night. Recorded sounds from each note of a prepared-piano at multiple dynamic levels.
2019 Daisy Bell – Artist statement/composition published in Refract Media Journal
2018 Fertility Rite – Short story published in The Weird Fiction Review #9 from Centipede Press. Edited by S.T. Joshi.
2018 A Silent Trembling: Digital Aesthetics and Dither – Presented at UCHRI Symposium on War, Security and Digital Media.
2013 Notes on Douglas Kahn’s Mainframe Experimentalism – Letter to the editor published by the MIT Press in the quarterly Computer Music Journal.
2019 Earth Suit. Designed conductive thread VLF antenna, created sensor monitoring system in Python for embedded Raspberry Pi in smart-fabric installation.
2017 Echophone. Designed four computer-controlled radio stations for Sound Artist Anna Friz’s contribution to the Museum of Art and Design’s Sonic Arcade Exhibition
2014 Shifting Walls installed at Central Maine Art Gallery. Generative spatial audio installation.
2012 Nancarrow Percussion Orchestra. Created a composition for sound artist Trimpin’s exhibit at the Berkeley Art Museum. Assisted building the exhibit.
2011 Etude for 9 Kinetic Sound Objects. Installed at University of Maine, Orono.
2009 MCRCSM. Co-created this interactive multimedia installation and designed the 16-channel audio system in Max MSP.
2019 Florence French Fellowship
2018 Florence French Fellowship
2017 Santa Cruz Arts Council Grant for Ctrl-Z’s “Call for Scores/Fall Program Series.”
2017 Florence French Fellowship
2017 Awesome Foundation Grant for “Reviving Lou Harrison’s Lost Electronic Music.”
2016 Florence French Fellowship
2013 Frog Peak Collective Experimental Music Award.
2011 Undergraduate thesis Etude for 9 Kinetic Sound Objects awarded “Highest Honors”.
2010 Phi Beta Kappa
University of California, Santa Cruz. Teaching Assistant, Lecturer: Led discussion sections, evaluated student work, and ran live A/V for ten courses.
2019 Sound Workshop
2020 Intro to Digital Media
2019 Intro to Film Production
2019 Video Games as Visual Culture
2018 Intro to Television Studies
2018 Silent Cinema
2017 Sound, Technology, Culture
2017 Intro to Film Studies
2017 Intro to Television Studies
2017 Silent Cinema
2016 Intro to Film Studies
2016 Intro to Television Studies
2016 Film Theory
2015 Intro to Film Studies
Mills College: Center for Contemporary Music. Teaching Assistant. Assisted composer John Bischoff in teaching advanced digital synthesis in Max/MSP programming language, provided technical assistance to students and visiting musicians.
2013 Seminar in Electronic Music Performance
2013 Center for Contemporary Music
2012 Prieto Multimedia Lab
2011 Prieto Multimedia Lab
2020 Repairer of Reputations. The Burning Pyramid. Self-Published.
2020 Repairer of Reputations. Millvale ’02. Self-Published.
2020 Repairer of Reputations. Burning Shadows. Self-Published.
2019 Repairer of Reputations. Innsport ‘86 Self-published.
2018 The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast. Strange Eons. Witch House Media.
2018 Repairer of Reputations. The Night Ocean. Self-published.
2018 Various Artists. The Essential Indexical. Indexical Recordings.
2017 Ctrl-Z. Ctrl-Z. Cassette LP. Full Spectrum Records.
2017 Various Artists. Cutty Strangers. Digital LP. Cutty Strange Records.
2017 Ryan Page. Euroserge. Digital LP. Cutty Strange Records.
2017 Ryan Page. A Place To Be. Video-Game Soundtrack.
2017 Slavestate 641A. Narcissist. Cassette Single. Cutty Strange Records.
2016 Heroic Quartet/Pink Gaze. Sextet. Cassette Album. Self Help Tapes.
2016 Ryan Page/Daniel Steffey. Automatic Typing/Terminal Beach. Cutty Strange Records.
2015 Night Worship. Degrading and Everlasting the Same. Cassette LP. Black Horizons.
2015 Ctrl-Z. Live at Grey Area. Full Length Digital Album. Self-published.
2015 Ctrl-Z. Live at Omni Commons. Self-published.
2014 Body Hammer II: The Mechanism of Night. Compact disk. The Path Less Traveled Records.
2014 Abrasax. Demo. Cassette LP. Vestige Recordings.
2013 Various Artists. Monomaniac. 7” vinyl EP. Blastbeat Mailorder.
2013 Various Artists. Signal Flow Compilation. Self-Published.
2013 Slavestate 641A. Masochist. Cassette single. Laugh Now Records.
2012 Nate Aldrich. Dirigo Mix. Digital Release. Ear to the Earth.
2012 Robocop. Dead Language, Foreign Bodies.12” vinyl LP. Give Praise Records.
2009 Body Hammer. Jigoku. Compact disk. The Path Less Traveled Records.
2020 Repairer of Reputations. Indexical Twitch Channel, Online Performance
2018 Repairer of Reputations. Digital Arts Research Center, Santa Cruz, CA
2018 Repairer of Reputations. Radius Gallery. Santa Cruz, CA
2017 Ctrl-Z. Songlines Series. Mills College. Oakland, CA
2017 Ctrl-Z. The Luggage Store Gallery. San Francisco, CA
2017 Ctrl-Z. CNMAT. Stanford University. Stanford, CA
2017 Ctrl-Z. The Jazz Gallery. Manhattan, NY
2016 Ctrl-Z. ODC Theatre. San Francisco, CA
2016 Ctrl-Z. Center For New Music. San Francisco, CA
2016 Ctrl-Z. Grey Area. San Francisco, CA
2016 W/Laetitia Sonami. Center For New Music. San Francisco, CA
2013 W/Rhys Chatham. Craneway Pavilion. Richmond, CA
2013 W/David Behrman. Littlefield Concert Hall. Mills College. Oakland, CA
2012 W/Alvin Lucier. Littlefield Concert Hall. Mills College. Oakland, CA
2011 W/Ikue Mori. Littlefield Concert Hall. Mills College. Oakland, CA