Perry Cook is an Emeritus Professor of Computer Science, jointly in Music, at Princeton University, where he founded the Princeton Sound Lab. A recognized expert in computer audio, Perry co-developed ChucK with Ge Wang (and others) at Princeton. He is also the co-founder of PLOrk (the Princeton Laptop Orchestra). Perry received his PhD and MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, a BS in Electrical Engineering and a BA in Music from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. He is also a founding advisor, consultant, and Intellectual Property Strategist, for the musical App company SMule. Perry is a lead advisor to KarmetiK and participates in the companies artistic pursuits as well as technical developments.