My projects

Apart from my daily job (list of my work experiences at LinkedIn), I develop and build my own technologies and projects based on my technologies. — a technology developer and provider of proprietary, licensable audio watermarking and acoustic fingerprinting software solutions. This is a home of Audio Watermarking Tools (AWT) and Audio Fingerprinting Tools (AFT) — robust forensic audio watermarking, steganography and acoustic fingerprinting software solutions and services based on proprietary patented DSP technology. — a free music recognition service. It allows its users to identify almost any unknown piece of music quickly and easily. AudioTag recognizes music using my own proprietary US-patented acoustic fingerprinting technology. — a professional web-based tool that provides an easy and reliable way to share, deliver, and distribute audio files securely by means of watermarking and digital signing. TA watermarks are very robust and cannot be removed from the audio without causing substantial loss to its original quality. The watermark is resistant to audio transformations, format conversions, and transcoding using lossy codecs (such as MP3) and can be extracted from even short fragments of the audio. The service is based on a unique, proprietary, and US-patented watermarking technology. — an aggregative website for the above family of audio DSP technologies and services.

Some of my past projects: — a non-commercial initiative dedicated to celebrating the art of tracker music, a pioneering form of digital composition birthed in the early era of personal computers. Comprising tracker musicians, traditional artists, and devoted fans, the project endeavors to produce cover versions of iconic tracker tunes, revitalizing them for a broader audience. Driven by passion and respect for the original creators, reTracked seeks to recreate and showcase the unique atmosphere and melodies of these compositions, bringing them to life in a modern context.

WebSound.Ru — is an author-driven, non-commercial digital magazine dedicated to computer sound, technologies, music, and digital audio creativity. Visitors could discover news, articles, reflections, announcements, software, information, and valuable links related to digital audio. I was actively working on it for 14 years (2000 – 2014), and it became one of the most popular and respectful independent resources about digital sound and creativity.