Bruno Gioffrè graduated in Art, Music and Show at the University of Bologna. Former professor of “Computer Music” and “Fundamentals of musical communication” at the University of Calabria from 2000 to 2007, he taught from 2004 to 2009 the course “Systems Encoding and Compression of sound” at the Master in “Sound Engineering ” and since 2010 he teaches a course on “Sound Design and Soundscape Composition ” at the Master in “SONIC ARTS” of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. He has held training courses on the use of new digital technologies for the Ministry for Cultural and Environmental Heritage, for Rai Educational, for the region Calabria. His research interests include the perception and meaning of music, Computer Music and Sound engineering. He is currently engaged in research on the definition of the concept of “Sound”. Microsoft Press author of over 40 books devoted to different sectors of the ICT, the processing of multimedia data, the Computer and Desk Top Music, and several scientific publications in the field of musicology with particular reference to Popular Music. Organizer and lecturer in numerous workshops on “Soundscape” and “Soundscape composition”.