Michael Bierylo is an electronic musician, guitarist, composer, and sound designer. As Chair of the Electronic Production and Design Department at Berklee College of Music he led the development of Electronic Digital Instrument program and artist residencies with Suzanne Ciani, Richard Devine, Hank Shocklee, Robert Rich, and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith. He is also active in Berklee Online, Berklee’s online school, where he authors and teaches music technology courses. Bierylo has performed throughout the United States as a member of Birdsongs of the Mesozoic. As a solo electronic artist, he has performed with laptop computer and modular synthesizer in the US, Berlin, Shanghai, and Krakow including concerts with Grammy-nominated electronic musician BT and Terrance Blanchard. As an active member of the Audio Engineering Society he has chaired the Electronic Instrument Design and Applications Track at national conventions, bringing together industry innovators such as Dave Smith and Dave Rossum as well as design teams from Moog, Roland and Korg.
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