nuVibrations LLC was founded in 2010 by Matthew and Julie Logan.
Our purpose is to create software that helps artists stay fresh.
Matthew Logan, nuVibrations' Principal Engineer, has over 25 years experience writing software on a variety of platforms.
Sonic Foundry/Sony Creative Software [1998-2010]
Sonic Foundry is well known for its Sound Forge (audio file editing), Acid (loop and MIDI music creation), and Vegas Pro ( Video editing) product lines. During his time at Sonic Foundry, Matthew worked on the User interface for Vegas's Audio features, and eventually moved into the role of lead audio engineer for that product. Matthew spent the last few years with Sonic Foundry on the Acid Team. During his time on the Acid team, Matthew helped create patented technology for groove mapping.
Passport Designs [1996-1998]
Passport Designs was an early provider of MIDI editing software with their MasterTrax program, as well as one of the best music notation editing packages available at the time: Encore. Matthew worked on a later version of MasterTrax Pro and Encore, as well as a new lead-sheet generating product: Memphis.
SolidState was a startup company that produced Dark Fiber, a Myst-like adventure game. Matthew designed and implemented several core technologies including the audio engine and a first person 3d-walkthough engine. Matthew also oversaw the sound production and design and composed all of the music for the game.
Creative Multimedia Corporation [1993-1994]
At Creative Multimedia, Matthew designed and implemented Creative Multimedia's sound and MIDI playback engine as well as several core pieces of technology shared across their products. Titles produced during this time were:
- Sports Illustrated For Kids, The Everything You Want To Know About Sports Encyclopedia
- The Face of LIFE--A Collection of LIFE Magazine Covers and Classic Images
- Dr. Ruth's Encyclopedia of Sex
- Fodor's Interactive Sports and Adventure Vacations
College Years [1985-1992]
Matthew attended Portland State University in Portland Oregon where he earned dual Bachelor's degrees in Physics and Classical Guitar Performance. During that time he was also a tutor in the college computer science lab, worked on software for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry's award winning Star Trek: Federation Science exhibit, and programmed and did audio production for his first shrink-wrapped multimedia CD-ROM as part of the team that created OMSI's Dinosaur Safari.