Adam Douglas is a freelance writer. His focus includes audio production-related technology, music with a special emphasis on electronic and dance, and Japanese culture, bringing together the three main obsessions of his life. He started at Popular Science in 2021. He lives in Nagoya, Japan, with his wife, six rats, and more synthesizers and drum machines than his wife would care to count.
- Longtime electronic musician with a particular obsessional bent for hardware
- Enjoys tracing the dots between music technology and the wider culture
- Has the honor to have written for Popular Science, Attack Magazine, Computer Music, MusicTech, Reverb.com, Roland Articles, IGN.com