Kabir Carter

Kabir Carter lives and works in New York City and has studied electroacoustic composition with David Behrman and Richard Teitelbaum at Bard College. He also studies privately with composer and performer Joan La Barbara and was recently selected by Robert Ashley to attend a composers' residency at Atlantic Center for the Arts.

Kabir's work focuses on urban environmental sound, acoustic feedback, analog sound synthesis, transmissive acoustics, specialized microphone technologies, and the presentation of live electroacoustic work in public spaces. He has begun presenting Walking in the City in various incarnations, the first one being for the Miami based music festival Subtropics. He has also realized Shared Frequencies, a public art project in New York City that combines two-way radio and other acoustic transmissions with analog signal modification as part of a mobile electroacoustic studio.