Chuck Stern
Chuck Stern writes about music, film, and social issues for BTR. He graduated from New York University with a BA in English Literature, and went on to produce comedy shows for Manhattan's public access network, MNN, where he also worked as the programming coordinator.

Chuck is a musician and composer. He scores films and web shorts in his spare time, and writes and sings for his band, Stern. He has also played in Time of Orchids, which released records on Tzadik and Cuneiform Records.

Chuck is interested in experimental and multimedia art, and the ways it fuses with technology. He's a science fiction nut (mainly '80s B movies), and is obsessed with the future, realizing more and more that we're living in it.

Conversations on "Tech Trends" relate to filmmakers, audio engineers, animators, and others at the crossroads of art and innovation.
Recent Posts
On lower mid-range, gear, giant hits, and love.
Aducanumab, a new experimental drug for Alzheimer's, is giving hope to millions. Will it succeed in larger trials and become a household name? BTRtoday investigates this exciting development in the search for a cure.
Is the rise of home recording better or worse for music? BTRtoday speaks to acclaimed rock producer Martin Bisi about the dangers of Dropbox and false utopias.
On discipline, flow, and laughing until she cried with Anthony Braxton.
On sea changes, relationships, peace within, and the rewards of working with Erik Blood on the awesome new album "Night Showers."
Despite Hollywood's recent nosedive into computer-generated tastelessness, physical effects aren't dead! BTRtoday speaks to two up-and-coming filmmakers, Rahum Brown and Allen Cordell, on the ways in which they're bringing the old-school back to life.