John Hebbeler, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Electronic Media Division College-Conservatory of Music, has an M.S. in Music Technology from the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, Department of Music and Arts Technology at Indiana-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). During his graduate studies, he created interactive trans-media compositions that integrate iPhone and Wii remote technology into live audio and visual performances. His recent work includes the development of computer-based applications for iPhone, iPod, and iPad mobile media devices that use Open Sound Control programming and acceleromter technology to fuse aspects of composition, production, and performance. Over the past decade, John has an extensive background in sound, video and web productions for clients that include the World Association of Symphonic Bands, The International Tuba and Euphonium Association, The United States Jazz Ambassadors, The BBC, The Cincinnati Opera, and more. John has his B.F.A. in Electronic Media from the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music, and has served as the technical production manager for the Division since 2002. Since 2004, he has served as an adjunct instructor at the Electronic Media Division, teaching a range of course that include studio television production, digital audio production, and virtual studio production. As Assistant Visiting Professor, John will teach Integrated Media Production and Video Production courses. John is also a professional musician and enjoys playing, composing and recording in his free time. His original compositions have been distributed by iTunes (US, Japan), Amazon, Rhapsody, eMusic, Zune, Tradebit and Last.fm.
To see some of John's latest interactive media work please visit the following links: