Diogo Cocharro has a multifaceted activity and interests related to sound and music. He nurtures a passion for music performance and all technological-based forms of creating music, in particular music production and music interactivity. These interests lead him to graduate in Electronic Music and Musical Production from School of Applied Arts (ESART) in Castelo Branco and pursuing a Master in Multimedia with specialization in Sound Design and Interactive Music from the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto. Since then, he has worked as a research assistant at the Sound and Music Computing Group from INESC TEC and as an Invited Assistant Professor at ESART. He counts with several publications in internationals conference and renown journals. As a media artist, Cocharro has co-developed a few interactive music installations, including Tweetering Sounds (2010), Sound Potter (2010), Human Pong (2011), PerturbArte (2011) with presentations at the Future Places Festival and at Casa da Musica. As a musician he worked with different projects covering many different musical genres, with whom he performed in various venues across Portugal. The album "Colouring Book" with the awarded revelation band Lokomotive Station and the collaboration with Xicara stand out in his activities as a musician. As a sound technician he has been working as a freelancer for a few years now in various renown festival in Portugal. All these complementary skills and aptitudes promote above all an active listener who strives to understand artistic needs in order to provide exceptional and creative solutions.