Philip DiTullio

 

 

 

 

                                                        

Philip DiTullio,

Educator, Composer, Musician, Scientist

Philip DiTullio is a scientist and musician who has researched and studied the Schillinger System with the last of the authorized teachers and a trail left by Joseph Schillinger himself. His ten years of research has led him through a winding journey of Schillinger’s work beginning in Russia extending to Canada then to the United States of America uncovering stories of escaping espionage and deportation all for his music of composition theory. Phil’s study of this system ushered him to depths of music he never imagined. This combination of music and science heralded him to ground breaking discoveries and the Logic of music was developed.

His work has been praised as the Schillinger scholar of our times by the Artists Recording Collection. His students hold him in the highest esteem and praise his educational style and teaching methods.

His work continually pushes musical limits in his own compositions. He has engineered an alternative reality by bending waveforms within his music. Finding the link between mathematics and music, he developed into the Logic of Music. He is a composer, musician and educator. Giving the modular synthesizer a prominent role in his studio he is blazing new trails and taking courageous steps in the development of electronic music.

Philip Anthony DiTullio

Tel: (508) 250-8396

Email: [email protected]

 

Employment

2008-Present Educator at the Practical Schillinger School of Music. Teaching the Schillinger System of Musical Composition (a mathematical theory of music), Music Production, Sound Design and Modular Synthesis. My Schillinger System Students include: Kim Cascone, Frank Bozak , Emmanuel Fatna, Sergio Armaroli, to name a few.

2005-Present Founder of the Schillinger Society.

2011 Educator, Artists Recording Collective, Recording Contract Leavenworth, Kansas

2008 Guest Speaker, Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

2007- Present Consultant, The Stan Getz Library, Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

2007  Founder and educator, Schillinger Society, Milford MA

1999-2001 RadioBoston.com Internet radio VJ, Boston/Somerville MA

1994-1997 Dreamtime Café, live show producer, Middleboro, MA

1994-1997 Owner of Next Step Studio, Middleboro, MA Project studio recorded and mixed many artists.

1996-2002 Sound Engineer for General Business Band.

1986-1989 Dr.T’s customer support beta testing

 

Education:

September 1986-May 1989, Alumni, MP&E

Berklee College of Music, 1140 Boylston Street, Boston MA 02215

July, 2005-present Advanced Lessons in Schillinger System of Musical Composition under the direction of Jerome Walman.

Music Projects:

Bay of Fundy, 2013, Haunting soundscape using the Schillinger System.

Origins, 2011, A Schillinger system composition employing Luc Ferrari field recordings.

Tectonic Movement, 2010 with Kim Cascone

Perpetual Wave, 2010

Last Station, 2010: Played at SoundGate installation October-November 2010.

Mastering Engineer

2009, Artist Frank Bozak

Published Papers

Contemporary Music Review “Resurrecting Joseph Schillinger 11/2011

Berklee Today, “The Power of Permutations” summer 2009

Present Activities

April, 2008   Educator of the Schillinger System of Musical Composition

February, 2008. Lecture, Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

December, 2007- present. President, Schillinger Society.

Membership in Professional Organizations

Schillinger Society, President, December 2007- present

Boston Csound Users Group, member since 2007-present

Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), member since 2002-present

Berklee Alumni Association, member since May, 1989-present

Supervised Training:

August 2005-present Historical Researcher

Supervisor: Mr. Louis Pine, M.A.

Worked closely with Mr. Pine in compiling data on the Schillinger System of Musical Composition, interviewing previous teachers and students of Joseph Schillinger. Review of teaching notes of students and teachers

Supervisory and Teaching Experience:

October, 2005 Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

Field Work

Supervisor: Mr. Louis Pine

Working in conjunction with Mr. Pine we were able to validate the existence of 11 notebooks which were contained in the achieves at Berklee College the original works of Joseph Schillinger’s Arranging courses that were develop by Lawrence Berk for his students. “Schillinger House, School of Music, Supervised Self Study Course in Arranging and Composition,” copyright 1950.

December, 2007

Educator-training site for Schillinger System

Website: SchillingerSociety.com

The Schillinger Society is committed to the preservation and promotion of the mathematical theories developed by Joseph Schillinger. These mathematical theories translated into many areas of music and the arts.

This society serves as custodians of the Schillinger’s teachings which encompass a vast body of work including theories of mathematical musical compositions, his manuscripts, and his works of art. The distribution of this information will be made available to promote education via lectures, pod casts, news feeds and courses.

By protecting and maintaining the integrity of the theories of Joseph Schillinger it will serve to foster continued exploration and education in the field of the mathematical basis of the arts.

Research

Submitted for analysis of Leith Stevens “War of the Worlds” Rhythms to Journal of Film music.

Research Experience:

July, 2005-present Project Coordinator for assembling all works done by

Joseph Schillinger as it pertains to his work on Musical Composition.

Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

Library of Congress, Washington DC.

University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY

New York Public Library at Lincoln Center, New York, NY

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Yale University, New Haven, Conn

Training and Certifications, Professional Masters Classes:

May 15, 2014 Private Music Composition Lessons, Gil Goldstein

May 30, 2007 Dr. Richard Boulanger, Csound applications toward Schillinger.

August, 2006 Mikel Rouse “The End of Cinematics” University of North Carolina,

April, 2006 Csound User’s group, Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

March 8, 2006 “Creativity & Collaboration” with Philip Glass, Williams College, Williamstown MA

October, 2005 “Master Class with Jimmy Heath” Berklee College of Music, Boston MA

1980-1992 Private Guitar & Music Theory Studies with Randy Roos

March 8, 2006

 

My Studio and equipment proficiency:

DAWs: Logic Pro X , Ableton Live, Sonar and ProTools.

Sound Libraries: East West Quantum Leap Orchestra Gold

Native Instruments Komplete 9.

Mixing Board Analog: Studiomaster Mixdown Gold 16x8x16

Audio Interface Steinberg UR28

M-Audio Keystation Pro 88 Controller

Instruments:

Guitar Charvel Jackson 1984

1963 Fender Bassman Amplifier

Takamine Acoustic

Synthesizers:

MiniMoog Model D 1972

Eurorack Modular:

Clouds, Sputnik VCO, Tonestar 2600, Envelator, uVCA, Wogglebug, ES Disting.