Researcher from the city of Santa Fe. He has a doctorate in "Aesthetics, sciences and technologies of the arts-music specialty" from the University of Paris 8; a master's degree in "Music and musicology" from the University of Lyon 2 and a "Bachelor's degree in piano-oriented musical composition" at UNL. He is currently a professor at the Instituto Superior de Música (UNL). He has given seminars at the University of Paris 8 and at the FHUC - UNL PhD. He is currently the director of the CAI + D group "Listening and phonography: ecological, technological and artistic approaches". His research seeks to contribute in the repertory of electroacoustic music and more specifically on the aesthetic implications of the phonographic use. His doctoral thesis focused on the work of the composer Luc Ferrari.