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Max Cotter (RTA '15) is a Toronto-based recording engineer, audio researcher, teacher, and writer. Max is the co-owner of Coach House Sound, a music recording studio and multi-disciplinary art space in Toronto’s West End, and co-founder and executive producer of Brainchild, a podcast network.
He co-authored and presented Recreating Robb: The Sound of the World’s First Electronic Organ at the 2014 Audio Engineering Society conference in Berlin, and presented a lecture on the same topic later that year at the Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium. In 2016, he lectured on podcasting as a vehicle for social change at the Ashoka U Exchange in New Orleans.