A professor from the modern music division at the faculty of Santa Fe, David Dunn has generated a new look at of environmentally friendly world through his music. His compositions mix the distinctions between music, vocabulary, and character, incorporating recordings of bugs, beetles, lions, elephants, African congregations, and Japan’s Yakushima Forest. A lot of his recordings have already been utilized for museum sound installations. Dunn offers consistently wanted to bridge the space between artwork and technology. He edited the International Synergy Journal, for the art-meets-science International Synergy Institute, for quite some time. An apprentice of composer/multi-instrumentalist Henry Partch, providing as associate in Partch’s ensemble from 1970 to 1974. Dunn’s early single recordings, from 1973 until 1985, had been compiled around the CD Music, Vocabulary And Environment: Environmental Audio Works.