Researcher and musician, Frederic Voisin studies musicology at Paris - Sorbonne University, inuit language at INALCO, semiology at EHESS... Pioneer of musical computing, he develops since nineteen eighty nine, in Central African Republic and Indonesia, with Simha Arom at CNRS, the first interactive ethnomusicology experiments by digital audio synthesis. In nineteen ninety five, he integrates into IRCAM as computer music producer, and takes part in a lot of live music performances, with Art Zoyd, CIRM, composers, choreographers and directors : Daniel d’Adamo, Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Maurice Benayoun, Allain Gaussin, Heiner Goebbels, Myriam Gourfink, Peter Greenaway, Jean-Luc Hervé, Atli Ingolfsson, Philippe Leroux, Martin Matalon, Emmanuel Nunes, Rachid Ouramdane, François Paris, Terry Riley, Roger Reynolds, Fausto Romitelli, Atau Tanaka, Kasper Toeplitz, Giovanni Verrando, Iannis Xenakis... Since 2000, he devotes to the study and musical applications of neural networks (neuromuse project). Between art and science, his last researches are often presented, notably with composer Robin Meier, at time of experimental concerts and installations : "Music for Last Manœuvres in the DArk", Paris 2008, "Caresses de marquises", Nuit Blanche - Paris 2004 ; "Symphonie des machines", Sophia Antipolis 2006... Since 2007, he is teaching computer music at the University and Conservatoire de Musique, de Danse et d’Art dramatique du Pays de Montbéliard (France).