John Hebbeler

John M. Hebbeler

Associate Professor

Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

Professional Summary

John Hebbeler is a professional musician, with expertise in music technology; fusing elements of sound, video and web production with computer technology.  As an Associate Professor he teaches a range of courses that include studio production, digital audio production, advanced studio production, integrated media production and special topics and honors courses.

Professor Hebbeler creates and develops interactive trans-media compositions that integrate software technology into live audio and visual performances.  His work includes the development of computer-based applications for iOS mobile media devices utilizing OSC programming and accelerometer technology to fuse composition, production, and performance. His original compositions have been distributed by Spotify, iTunes (US, Japan), Amazon, Rhapsody, eMusic, Zune, Tradebit and Last.fm.
 
Over the past two decades, Professor Hebbeler has extensively worked in music technology for clients that include the World Association of Symphonic Bands, The International Tuba and Euphonium Association, The United States Jazz Ambassadors, The BBC, The Cincinnati Opera, and more. Recently Professor Hebbeler developed an award-winning iPhone application that allows users to control sounds and visuals in media rich environments to reduce stress. 

Education

MSMT: Indiana-Purdue University at Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN, 2012 (Music Technology)

BFA : College-Conservatory of Music University of Cincinnati, 2001

Research Support

Online Course Creation Faculty Development Council Award ($2,500.00)

Brain to Screen Hardware Faculty Development Award ($499.00)

Broadcast Education Conference (Presenter) Travel Award ($682.86)

Brain to Screen iPad Faculty Development Research Award ($2,652.50)

International Education Conference (Presenter) Travel Award ($205.91)

Brain to Screen Hardware Special Projects Award ($548.31)

Collaborative Development Award for Modes App ($20,000.00)

Faculty Development Award for Modes App ($3,700.00)

Publications

Published Abstracts

Hebbeler, J. (2017) “Modes, Technology, and Collaboration” International Education Conference Proceedings. January, Maui, Hawaii .[Abstract]

Hebbeler, J. (2016) “Keeping the User Engaged in Online Courses” International Education Conference Proceedings. January, Orlando, Florida .[Abstract]

Other Publications

Hebbeler, J. (2016) “Digitizing the Classroom for the Online Environment.” Journal of Media Education, JoME, Volume 7, Number 1, January.

Hebbeler, J. (2016) “Keeping the User Engaged in Online Courses” International Education Conference Proceedings. January, Orlando, Florida.

Composition, visual media and audio effects, performance: Hebbeler, J. (2012). “Traveling the Cosmos.” Published by iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Emusic, and Amazon. Cincinnati, OH .

Composition, Sound Recordings: Hebbeler, J. (2012). “202.” Published by iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Emusic, and Amazon. Cincinnati, Ohio .

Video Editorship: Hebbeler, J. (2011). “Three Icons (3 DVD set).” Published by GIA Publications. Chicago, Illinois.

Composition, Sound Recordings: Hebbeler, J. (2006). “Static Volume.” Published by iTunes US, Japan. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Video Editroship, Directorship: Hebbeler, J. (2007). “Voices of Cincinnati: Celebrating Jack and Joan Strader.” Distributed by the Electronic Media Department. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Directorship: Hebbeler, J. (2005). “Preparing For Tomorrow, Today.” Distributed by the Electronic Media Department. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Video Editorship, Directorship, Sound Recording: Hebbeler, J. (2004). “Let The Journey Begin.” Distributed by the Electronic Media Department. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Additional Publications

Presentations

Poster Presentations

John Hebbeler (01-08-2016. ) "Brain To Screen" .TUC Great Hall, Level:Regional

Paper Presentations

International Education Conference (Presenter and Author) “Modes, Technology, and Collaboration” – In a fast paced society, how can technology be beneficial for calming one’s mind? What importance can sound and visuals play in an ongoing rich media environment? When effective collaboration takes place and outcomes can be tested and refined, research proves the effects that sound and visuals have on stress reduction in users. Mix in design methods, wrap it in tech and the possibilities are limitless. This presentation was delivered virtually through web streaming in January in Maui, Hawaii. (2017).

International Education Conference (Presenter and Author) “Keeping the User Engaged in Online Courses” – This presentation elaborated on the necessary steps and processes in maintaining the engagement of online students. This presentation was delivered virtually through web streaming in Orlando, Florida. (2016).

Broadcast Education Association Conference (Presenter and Author) “Digitizing the Classroom for the Online Environment” - The focus of this presentation covered the conversion and application of a traditional media production course to an online class. Topics included the process involved in converting the traditional classroom experience to an online environment, effectively presenting information to users in the online environment, evaluation of digital media projects, and digital tools that enhance the online pedagogy. This presentation was part of an accepted peer-reviewed panel presentation at the BEA national conference in Las Vegas, NV in April. (2015).

Broadcast Education Association Conference (Presenter and Author) Online Experience and Engagement of the User” – This presentation covered the process involved in delivering media rich content and the software and hardware involved in the process. Topics focused on the accessibility of content and how it is delivered, the media rich content involved in the online experience, and the engagement of the user. This presentation was part of an accepted peer-reviewed panel presentation at the BEA national conference in Las Vegas, NV in April. (2014).

Honors and Awards

Collaborative Honors Course Award ($8,000.00)

Best Paper Award Clute Institute 2016 International Education Conference Orlando

Service

(E-Media Divisional RPT Committee for Hagit Limor (promotion & tenure) ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(E-Media Divisional RPT Committee for Lorin Parker (reappointment) ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(E-Media Divisional RPT Committee for Lakshmi Tirumala ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(E-Media Divisional RPT Committee for Hagit Limor (reappointment) ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(E-Media Divisional RPT Committee for Peter DePietro (promotion & tenure) ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(E-Media Divisional Audio Faculty Search Committee ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(E-Media Division Head Search Committee ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service

(CCM Technology Committee ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service

(CCM Appeals Committee ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service

(CCM Academic Council ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service

(CCM Admissions Committee ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service

(UC Digital Media Collaborative ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service

(UC Sensor Community ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service

(UC Electronic Music Association (founded organization) ) President Type:University/College Service

Professional Affiliation

QM - Quality Matters Certified for Online Course Design and Development

BEA - Broadcast Education Association

Contact Information

Academic - Cincinnati  Ohio, 45221