Federico Pepe is a music technology expert, a teacher and a creative coder. His strong passion for music and technology has led him, in his personal and artistic research, to investigate all the possible connections between these two disciplines.
In 2012 he received a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Contemporary Popular Music from Northumbria University in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
From 2017 to 2020 he is an adjunct professor at the University of Udine in which he teaches Visual Languages for Complex Systems for the Master Degree in Multimedia Communication and Information Technology.
In 2017 he founded the non-profit association Codice Inutile whose mission is to spread the culture of creative coding in Italy. Over the years he has held several courses and workshops on the use of Processing.
From 2016 to 2018 he collaborates with the University of Rome Tor Vergata within the training courses Electronic Music Production of the Master in Sonic Arts.
Since 2008 he is Head of the Music Technology Department at ALOUD Verona (former CSM College) where he teaches several courses. From 2012 to 2020 he was course leader of the professional BTEC Extended Diploma in Music Technology course certified by Pearson International.
Between 2013 and 2019 he was co-organizer of TEDxVerona and responsible for the technical management of the event.
In 2018 he obtained the Ableton Certified Trainer certification and is the organizer of the Ableton User Group Verona.
Musicians have to play the instruments that best reflect the times we’re in, play the technology that will give you what you want to hear. All these purists are walking around talking about how electrical instruments will ruin music. Bad music is what will ruin music, not the instruments the musicians choose to play. I don’t see nothing wrong with electrical instrumens as long as you get great musicians who will play them rightMiles Davis
- Partner in noise
A podcast (in Italian) about electronic music heroines
- Nice Color Palettes for Processing
A JSON of the top color palettes on ColourLovers.com for Processing.
- Give Them Credit
A data visualization project to give credit to all those people involved in the creation of beautiful music albums.