Takuma Matsui is an artist and music technologist based in Brooklyn, NY.
As an artist, Takuma draws influences from artists of various disciplines, including T.S. Eliot, Bela Balaz, Aaron Copland, and Robert Henke. His work explores form-mediums at the intersection of new tools and aesthetics; incorporating Max/MSP, 2D animation, and new modes of digital communication.
Takuma is a Pro Instructor at Splice, where he develops curriculum and provides on-camera instruction for Splice Skills educational content. Topics range from introductory music production content to advanced synthesis and sound design.
Additionally, he works in the development and implementation of music production curriculum for NYCDOE schools — producing asynchronous video and audio content, providing in-person instruction, and training new instructors.
Takuma earned his B.M. in Jazz Composition and Contemporary Writing & Production from the Berklee College of Music in 2018.