Lecturer in Interactive Audio
Adam Scott teaches across both undergraduate and postgraduate in Interactive Audio, Creative Coding, Music, and Sociology of Creative Practice. He supports students through projects that require self-direction and a critical account of process. Adam trained as an undergraduate in Jazz Performance at Leeds College of Music and obtained an MLitt in Popular Music Studies from University of Glasgow. At GSA part time, he continues to work as a freelance musician and collaborates on sound installations with artist Raydale Dower.
In a past life Adam spent seven years as a Java and C# developer.
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