Adrian Moore studied at City University (London, UK) where he began to compose in the studio as well as assist EMAS (Electroacoustic Music Association of Great Britain, which became Sonic Arts Network (SAN), now Sound and Music) with concerts. The performance of tape pieces using multiple loudspeakers interested him, and his further study under Jonty Harrison at the University of Birmingham allowed him to work with and compose for the Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre (BEAST). His works have been performed and broadcast around the world and have received prizes and mentions in numerous competitions, including Musica Nova (Prague, Czech Republic, 1996, 2010), Noroit-Léonce Petitot (Arras, France, 1996), EAR’97 (Budapest, Hungary, 1997), Prix Ars Electronica (Linz, Austria, 1998), Bourges (Bourges, France, 1990, 2002) and Musica Viva (Lisbon, Portugal, 2004). He is currently Lecturer in Music at University of Sheffield where he is the director of the University of Sheffield Sound Studios (USSS). His motivations remain ‘acousmatic’ and current work includes multi-channel (5.1) composition, audio/visual, laptop improvisation, and large spatialization concerts using software developed at USSS.