dr Dorota Błaszczak - Sound Engineer (Warsaw)
Dorota Błaszczak is an audio engineer at the Polish Radio Archives in Warsaw and a lecturer on the Sound Engineering Department of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. She leads courses in interactive sound, works in sound restoration and preservation, creates interactive projects (e.g. Waves of Remembrance: Wrocław in Radio Sounds (2016), Daily Data Orchestra (2019)) and audio works (e.g. Augmented Radio Listening (2017), Inherited Sounds (2019), Trying to Hear a Tree Falling in the Forest (2020)). She has been sound designer for virtual reality projects in Canada, at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Softimage and Immersence (e.g. Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun’s Inherent Rights, Vision Rights (1992), Perry Hoberman’s Bar Code Hotel (1993), Char Davies’s Osmose (1995) and Ephemere (1998, remastered 2017)). She also designed the sound for early computer games.
 
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