In fluid dynamics, video and audio were both heavily processed to highlight and emulate the natural behaviors of water, oil, heat, and light.
Adam Scott Neal (b. 1981, Atlanta) is a PhD fellow at the University of Florida, studying with Paul Koonce, Paul Richards, and James Paul Sain. He studied with Robert Scott Thompson at Georgia State University, earning a BM in music technology and an MM in composition. Following this, he earned an MA in sonic arts from Queen's University Belfast, where he studied with Pedro Rebelo. Adam has enjoyed over 80 performances of his music in 14 states, as well as the UK, Canada, China, Slovenia, and Switzerland. He has organized numerous contemporary music concerts in academic and non-academic settings, and currently serves as President of the UF chapter of the Society of Composers, Inc. and Media Director of Atlanta-based Terminus Ensemble.