Hernán Ordialesis a software engineer, musician and composer. He was born in 1981 in Madrid, España. In the last 10 years, Hernán have worked in many audio related software projects around the world. Both in real-time digital signal processing as physical controllers implementation, user interfaces and network protocols under distributed systems. He participated in projects of the Free Software community like CLAM (C++ Library for Audio and Music), RedPanal, Musix GNU+Linux, and other personal software hosted and published in github. He also worked developing this kind of software in commercial products from Argentina, Italy and Canada. As a musician, with a past as guitar player in many rock bands, he is actually playing and performing with Banda de Mutantes. He studied Software and Electronic Engineering at University of Buenos Aires and University of Palermo.
Among several different distributed systems useful for music experimentation, a new workflow is proposed based on analysis techniques from Music Information Retrieval (MIR) combined with massive online databases, dynamic user interfaces, physical controllers and real-time synthesis.