Luke Dzwonczyk is an undergraduate researcher at CNMAT for the 2019-2020 school year. He is a senior double majoring in Computer Science and Music. His past projects at CNMAT include a granular synthesis engine that focuses on manipulating vocals, as well as an OSC Python server for controlling addressable LED strips. He is currently working with Jeremy Wagner on upgrading the CNMAT Stompbox to include networking capabilities.


In the Music Department, Luke studies vocal performance and is a member and officer of UC Berkeley’s Chamber Chorus. In the Computer Science department, he is a member of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the Computer Science Honor Society.  Through taking courses at CNMAT, he has found a passion for making software and hardware tools that aid composers in making music, which he hopes to continue with after graduating this spring.