Paul Turowski is a composer, performer, and Lecturer in Music for Digital Games at the University of Liverpool. He also serves as Subject Component Lead for the Game Design Studies programme.
Paul’s research examines intersections of game design/gameplay and musical composition/performance. This includes the employment of digital games as interactive musical scores as well as the creation of video games that afford musical authorship to the player. His creative work has been performed by ensembles such as Dither, Ekmeles, and the Ligeti Quartet; has been presented at events such as the annual conference of the Society of Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, the Kyma International Sound Symposium and the conference on Technologies of Notation and Representation; and has been featured on such websites as Cycling74.com and animatednotation.com. He has also given talks on game music at events like the North American Conference on Video Game Music.