|Stephen A. Walter
- Computer Music & Education Consultant since 1984
- Owner/Director of SMC, Stephens Music & Computers
- Owner of Nemesis Projects, the publishing division of SMC
- Consultant to Government & Private Sector on Computer Music
- Manager, R.H. Elvys Music School, Parramatta
- Manager, Brashs Music School, Parramatta
- Manager, Brashs Rockboards, Parramatta
- Director of SMC Music School
- Managing Director & Co-owner, SMC Springwood
- Studied Computer Science at Sydney University
- Over 25 years of music studies including piano, pipe organ, theory,
jazz, audio engineering & music history
- Certificate II in Assessment
- Certificate IV in Music Production (Audio Engineering)
- Diploma of Music
Teaching, Composing etc.
- Successful preparation of numerous students for AMEB, AGMS, Trinity, and SMC Pianoforte
- Administrator and syllabus designer, SMC Pianoforte Examinations
- Composer, several introductory level student pieces
- Arranger, numerous General MIDI and GS backings
- Recommended supplier, NSW Computer Education Unit
- Co-star of the CEU video, "Computers & Music In Education"
- Consultant to Roland, Atari, Kawai, and other digital music companies
- Founding member, Falcon030 Advisory Board (Australia)
- Guest lecturer at several universities, including: Alexander Mackey CAE; University of
NSW; University Of Western Sydney; Conservatorium of Music Newcastle; Conservatorium of
Music Wollongong etc
- Atari Professional Products & Digital Audio Specialist
- NSW Government service provider, HRD Training
- Producer, author, designer, composer: "Introduction to Music Factory",
consisting of book and music disks, rights sold world-wide to Atari Corp.
- Author: "Users Guide to Emagic Notator", "Atari Starters
Kit", & "The Complete Falcon Guide"
- Author and Designer, "Art For Kids" users manual, for Big Earth
- Publisher of the magazines "Creative Computing" and
"Computers, Arts, & Music"
- Reviewer for Sonics, ST Feedback, Australian Commodore Review, The Bride, and Australian
- Designer and Publisher of "SMC Sound Alert" and "EasyDisk
HD", written by Tony Barker of Moving Pixels