Carla Scaletti

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    Carla Scaletti is president of the Symbolic Sound Corporation and an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Illinois @ Urbana-Champaign. “Using Sound to Extract Meaning from Complex Data,” a video summarizing the sonification research that she did with Alan Craig at NCSA won the Nicograph Multimedia prize in 1991, and she was one of the researchers invited to the first International Conference on Auditory Display in 1992 at the Santa Fe Institute.

    She has over 15 years experience in electro-acoustic music and computer-generated sound and is the designer of Kyma, a visual language for specifying digital audio signals. In addition to her research activities with the CERL Sound Group, she is also the organizer and primary instructor for the Intensive Workshop in Sound Computation that takes place each summer at the University of Illinois.  


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