Darren Mueller

Darren Mueller is a doctoral candidate in Music, specializing in this social and cultural history of sound reproduction. His dissertation examines the long-playing (LP) record and its influence on artistic production and historical construction in jazz, focusing specifically on how iconic recordings continue to function in discourses about the music and in contemporary performance. He is also a collaborator on the Soundbox Project, which is supported by the Franklin Humanities Institute’s PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge.