Born in 1978 in Bogotá, Colombia, Daniel Prieto is an electroacoustic composer, improviser, performer, teacher and sound designer.
His catalog contains tape music, mixed music and multimedia works that have been heard in several spaces in Colombia as well as abroad. He has perfomed live electronic music with the ensemble 'Ramalazo', mostly in spaces different than music halls, such as art galleries, works with the '3x3' ensemble, dedicated to free improvisation, and designer-singer Nobara Hayakawa. His collaborations with other artists include music for the dancer and choreographer Sandrine Legendre and sound design and interactivity programming in Max-MSP and Pd for the colombian artist Clemencia Echeverri.
He has lectured in various academic and independent spaces, such as Dorkbot conferences, the Electrical engineering and computer science schools in the Universidad de Los Andes and the Beta music+technology cycle, in Liverpool, UK.
Currently, he works as a lecturer in the fieds of in the music technology and sound design, in the music and design schools in the Universidad de Los Andes, in Bogotá, Colombia, and is an active performer in the local experimental music scene.
I'm passionate about
Education, soundscape design, computers, open source, sound, music, improvisation