Hello! My name is David Cardona. I am an educator, multi-disciplinary artist, music producer, audio engineer, sound designer, digital media designer, and developer. I produce electronic music under the moniker 28 Lines.

I started my music journey at an early age when my father introduced me to Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and Black Sabbath. I went on to study music at Berklee College of Music, graduating in 2012 with a dual-major in Contemporary Writing and Production, and Electronic Production and Sound Design. In 2023, I completed a Master's Degree in Digital Media Design at Harvard Extension School, where I focused on programming and game development, 3D graphics and 3D modeling, AI and computer vision, embedded systems and wearable devices, instructional design, and web development.

In 2022, I joined Berklee College of Music as an Assistant Professor in the Electronic Production and Design department. I have been teaching courses across various disciplines, including game development and game audio, music production and mixing engineering, instrument and installation design.

My research interests include interactive installations, game design, 3D graphics, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and accessibility. I am currently developing music and video interfaces to enable people with physical and cognitive disabilities to express themselves creatively.

I have worked with numerous artists in such genres as rock, electronica, jazz, and indie through my independent production company Sound Architect. My work has allowed me to collaborate with some highly recognized and accomplished artists, including John Patitucci, Matthew Nicholl, Oscar Stagnaro, and Fabián Gallón. In 2018, I recorded keyboardist Mohamed Araki for Bombino's album “Deran”, which resulted in a Grammy nomination in the Best-World Music Album category.

I designed this website to compile my portfolio in one place. I developed it using Django, JavaScript, Heroku, and PostgreSQL. Please reach out if you have any questions, comments, or project proposals. I would love to connect, and look forward to hearing from you!

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