Bryan Eubanks (b. 1977, US) is a musician working with the soprano saxophone, electronics of his own design, and computer music. He composes electronic and acoustic works for small ensembles, solo instruments, and custom generative software; improvises in collaboration; and, is developing sound installations exploring acoustic holography. Growing up in the desert region of eastern Washington State, he was trained in analog photography before becoming musically active in Portland, Oregon in the late 1990's. Initially, his work was centered around acoustic improvisation, but quickly expanded to include electronics and a more varied approach to composition and the practice of making music. He has lived in, and been a part of the music communities of, Portland and New York City, and is currently based in Berlin. In collaboration with Jean Paul Jenkins and Joseph Foster, he founded and operated the record label Rasbliutto from 2001 to 2010. In 2012, he co-founded, along with Catherine Lamb and Andrew Lafkas,Sacred Realism, a platform for the independent distribution of their work. Eubanks is, for the most part, an autodidact, with no formal musical training, but in 2012 he received an MFA from the Milton Avery School of the Arts at Bard College.