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Stephen Travis Pope is an award-winning composer, film-maker, computer scientist and social activist based in Santa Barbara, California. He is currently active as a software development contractor and intellectual property expert through FASTLab.
Stephen is also affiliated with the Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology (CREATE), in the Dept. of Music, and the Graduate Program in Media Arts and Technology (MAT) at UC Santa Barbara. For a detailed overview of the courses he teaches at UCSB, see the BigMATBook as well as the UCSB Siren, CSL and CRAM projects.
Before moving to Santa Barbara in 1995, he lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for a decade, working at Xerox PARC, Stanford's CCRMA and UC Berkeley's CNMAT.
His music and video compositions are released through HeavenEverywhere Media. Stephen is also a practicing Quaker, a conscientious objection counsellor, a trained Reiki practitioner, a facilitator with the Alternatives to Violence Project, and active prison clergy registered with the California Dept. of Corrections.
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|Musical Compositions||The Siren Music Tools in Smalltalk|
|Publications (Bibliography & PDF files)||The CREATE Signal Library (CSL = Sizzle)|
|Secrets, Dreams, Faith and Wonder Film||The CREATE Real-time Appl Mgr (CRAM)|
|Spirit and Politics: Sermons and Rants||The ATON Distributed VR System|
|My publications at the ICMA site||The DrumHead trigger processor & sample player|
|The Big MAT Book: Courseware for Audio & Multimedia Engineering|
|My "Dissertation" -- The STP Anthology|
|Secrets, Dreams, Faith and Wonder (Feature Film)|
|Ritual and Memory -- 2 CD + 1 DVD music/video collection|
|Sound and Music Processing in SuperCollider (download)|
|Music Processing: Music Composition and Editing by Computer|
|A Navigator for UNIX: SIGCHI 1989 Video|
|The Well-Tempered Object: Musical Applications of Object-Oriented Software Technology|
|Editor's Notes from my Decade at Computer Music Journal|
|Musical Signal Processing: Studies on New Music Research|
|Reviews of my Music||Important Quotes||My Resume||Ordering CDs of my Music|