Discipline(s): Joy directed Learning, Computer Music and Technology, Guitar, Recording Engineer and Producer
Bio: Douglas Babb is an electronic musician, performer, composer, and educator. He began his career in 1971 at Indiana University studying under John Eaton, Xenakis, and Robert Moog, inventor of the music synthesizer. His work over the past 40 years includes thousands of performances at schools, museums, and civic events; commissions and installation; corporate endorsements, industry recognition, and an adjunct faculty position at IUPUI where he teaches courses on Music Technology and The Beatles.
Philosophy: I create opportunities for students, families, teachers, and staff to learn and grow physically, mentally, and spiritually. I refer to my work as “Joy Directed Learning” which is based on having BIG FUN, playing together, trust, and openness.