About LWM Music
LWM Music is the entity that hosts, promotes, and distributes the music, videos, and other multimedia content of Dr. Lawrence W. Moore. LWM Music has an online presence that spans the LWM Music lwmmusic.com website, the YouTube channel, Twitter page, the Facebook fan page, and Lawrence W. Moore’s LinkedIn page.
About Dr. Lawrence W. Moore
Dr. Lawrence W. Moore is a multimedia composer, sound designer, and educator. As a multimedia composer, Dr. Moore works primarily in the medium of electro-acoustic music composition and video art. He also does work with interactive systems for art installations and collaborates with artists of multiple forms of media, including video artists, composers, performers, dancers, and installation artists.
As a sound designer, Moore works with both analog and digital forms of synthesis for his own musical compositions as well as collaborations with others. Moore also works in designing sound for film, including editing, processing, and recording foley.
Dr. Lawrence W. Moore is a professor of higher education who teaches for the School of Entertainment and Design Technologies at Miami-Dade College and the Media Arts Department at the Miami International university of Art & Design. Moore does freelance consultation and individual lessons for those who are interested in composition, synthesis, audio engineering, and creative consultation.
- Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Theory and Composition – University of Miami Frost School of Music
- Master of Music in Media Writing and Production – University of Miami Frost School of Music
- Master of Music in Music Composition and Theory – Pennsylvania State University
- Master of Music in Saxophone Performance – Pennsylvania State University
- Bachelor of Arts in Music with concentrations in Saxophone Performance, Jazz Studies, and Music Theory and Composition – Lebanon Valley College
- Dissertation – Hawking Sonified: The Composition of a Pattern/Pulse Piece that Illuminates the Lectures of Stephen Hawking
- The Making of Angel Wing – Presented at the 13th Biennial Symposium on Art & Technology at Connecticut College