Drake Andersen is a Brooklyn-based composer, improviser, and technologist. He is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at Vassar College, where he teaches electronic music and composition. Drake’s creative work spans concert music, interactive sound installations, and software for live performance. His music has been performed and recorded by some of the most preeminent contemporary artists and ensembles including Decoda, Contemporaneous, loadbang, and Jenny Lin, and heard at venues throughout the United States and Europe. His research encompasses both technical and scholarly projects that have been presented at national and international conferences including ICMC, TENOR, SEAMUS, and AMS. Drake’s scholarship has appeared or is forthcoming in journals including Organised Sound, the Journal of the Society for American Music, the Journal of Music Theory, and Perspectives of New Music. He holds the Ph.D. from the CUNY Graduate Center, as well as degrees from the Manhattan School of Music and Macalester College.