He recently contributed the chapter on tonality, harmony, and counterpoint to The Routledge Companion to Music Cognition (Routledge, 2017), and has chapters in Over and Over Again: Exploring Repetition in Popular Music (Bloomsbury), Scholarly Approaches to Mathematical Music Theory (World Scientific, forthcoming), as well as multiple chapters in the Oxford Handbook of Music and Corpus Studies (Oxford University Press, forthcoming), for which he is also serving as co-editor. He has contributed book reviews to Theory and Practice and Music Theory Online.
Since 2012, Daniel has been the managing editor of Empirical Musicology Review, and since 2016 he has served as co-editor alongside Daniel Müllensiefen. He also serves on the editorial board for Musicae Scientiae and the Journal of Creative Music Systems, and is currently the chair of the Music Informatics Interest Group for the Society for Music Theory. Daniel also serves as the society’s Sustainability Coordinator, where he has works on environmentally-friendly initiatives and proposals for the national and regional meetings. He holds an Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz Composition from Berklee College of Music, and a PhD in Musicology from the University of Dublin, Trinity College.
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