Conceptual designer Phineas de Thornley Head combines backgrounds in auditory neuroscience and software development with a lifetime as a composer and performing musician. He gigs on modular regularly as HeadCell, on rock keyboards with Super8, and plays and improvises classical piano, specialising in Bach. He also lectures in electronic performance and composition at dBs Institute, leading their Modular Research Group. In his spare time he fences, sails, enjoys Electronically Assisted Astronomy, and champions sentiocentrist vegan ethical activism.
Hardware & Firmware designer Dr. Stuart MacVeigh obtained his PhD in innovative power supply design and specialises in embedded programming, signal processing and digital & analogue electronics. He runs a separate electronics consultancy firm and also teaches labs in embedded systems across several courses in Engineering, Computing and Mathematics at the University of Plymouth. In his spare time he enjoys photography, astrophotography, and both competes in and coaches ballroom dancing.