Some projects are sensitive, some have copyright restrictions, others are not suitable for the web. Perhaps this is why there is little listed here from Callum Goddard
Callum's work is multidisciplinary, mixing elements of audio engineering, philosophy and musical practice. He is a musician, playing electric and double bass, occasional sound designer for video and theatre and Live Coding enthusiast. His research is directed towards investigating musical interaction and using this to inform the development of future technology. With recent projects exploring spatial relationships within music and audiovisual relationships between shapes and sound. In 2011, Callum graduated University of York with an MEng in Electronic Engineering and Music Technology Systems. After which he worked as a research assistant in the Sound and Physical Interaction Research Group in Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, where he worked investigating and developing interactive performance systems as well as teaching courses on Pure Data. He is currently studying on Media and Arts Technology PhD and Queen Mary University London where he is looking towards understanding musical performance and virtuosity in new musical interfaces.