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Fotis Moschos was born in 1989 in Athens. He graduated the Pallini Music School, the Department of Music Studies/University of Athens (2012) and he has also piano performance degree (2011, "Entechnon Conservatory"). He continued his postgraduate studies at the Master’s "Theory, Practice and Evaluation of Educational Project/ Direction of Digital Technologies in Education" and in 2016 he graduated with a degree "Excellent". For his master’s thesis, he developed the innovative software "Fonaskein"  that improves tonal accuracy singing through visual feedback. From 2016 he is a PhD candidate in the Department of Music Studies of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens at the sector of Music Technology. He is a permanent collaborator of the Music Acoustics and Technology Laboratory and he specializes in piano, voice and chorus sound recording in the field of traditional and classical music as well as other research projects related to the psychoacoustic study of voice and the development of innovative tools for education.

He has participated as a member of organizing committees in international conferences of Music Technology and has published and presented on issues concerning the "Fonaskein" software but also in the development of innovative applications for archaeo-musicology and Byzantine-musicolology.