Since graduating from Bath Spa with a BA in Music Technology, David has amassed an impressive body of music related work including event promoting, sound engineering for the BBC and writing for Computer Music and Music Tech Magazine. David’s interest in technology, music and the potential of iOS as a music making platform led to him found FutureSonic, using his knowledge of DSP to create creative and inspiring music technology for mobile devices. Aside from his work at FutureSonic, David creates techno music under the alias EjwT, with releases on record labels such as Different is Different Records, Snail Juice Records, Subwoofer Records, One Man Army Records, Plummet and Schwa.
Having completed a PhD in Music Composition at Huddersfield University, Adam was drawn to FutureSonic’s focus on audio and music which has allowed him to flex his audio DSP skills. As well as working previously as a freelance developer Adam has created the first ‘open outcome record’ app. Called Futures EP. , the app for iPhone features two tracks which produce a different sonic result every time it’s played. Outside of programming Adam spends his time producing electronic music under the monikers Dorian Zoyd and ‑otron.
Adam is a graduate of the University of Kent where he gained a first class honours degree in Multimedia Technology and Design. Being both a designer and developer, Adam is interested in exploring the possibilities of touchscreens to develop intuitive, attractive and functional interfaces for FutureSonic’s products. For his dissertation final project, Adam created Vaudio, a video and photo sharing application similar to Snapchat which allows users to add unique sound effects over their videos before sharing it to the social feed. Outside of work, Adam can be found taking part in a range of outdoor pursuits, including surfing, cross country, hiking and polo.
With an MA in Commercial Music from Bath Spa University, Bradley is responsible for marketing and content creation at FutureSonic, using his knowledge of music technology to create content for FutureSonic’s blog and YouTube channel. He was drawn to FutureSonic’s focus on music and audio, and particularly the growing capabilities of iOS as a music making platform. Bradley’s spare time is consumed by writing music, playing with his band, Moth, or running his DIY cassette record label, Quit Yr Job Records.