About Riston Denaux is the author of the articles presented in Lyrici Triade. Originally a classical pianist and synth-nerd, Riston was inspired by a deep interest in the field of music technology to learn software development. He is a person of continuously evolving interests, and is actively engaged in learning nearly every aspect of contemporary computer science, as well an abiding interest in science generally. Currently, Riston works as a freelance web & software developer who is passionate about creative computing applications ranging from Adobe Creative Cloud to Reason (DAW) to custom audio plugin development in JUCE (a C++ framework for developing audio application). Having had to drop out of the Classical Performance / Music Technology track at UNC Asheville during the 2008 financial crisis, he resumed the pursuit of his Bachelors in Computer Science from SUNY, where he finished holding a 3.6 GPA.