Dr. Greg Wilder co-founded Orpheus Media Research (now Clio Music) in 2007 and has since headed the design and development of its flagship product “Clio“, a patented process that delivers autonomous analysis and ‘sounds-like’ similarity search for music of any style or genre. In addition being the author of international patents (several pending), white papers and related articles, Dr. Wilder regularly presents talks on the musical application of interactive and A.I. technologies, most recently as guest speaker at the Music and Audio Research Laboratory (NYU), the Institute for Software Integrated Systems (Vanderbilt University), and the International Computer Music Conference (Queen’s University, Belfast).
After earning his doctorate from the Eastman School of Music in 2002, Greg accumulated a long list of broadcast, commercial, and stage credits, working around the world as pianist, composer, producer, recording engineer and sound designer. Previous to working in industry, Dr. Wilder taught on the faculties of Dickinson College and West Chester University, where he received an HSA “Outstanding Faculty Member” award for excellence in teaching and honorary membership in Tau Beta Sigma. Greg’s musical awards include those from the American Composer’s Forum, the Angel Orensanz Foundation, the William Penn Foundation, ASCAP, the Society of Composers International, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His music is available on the Albany record label.