Dr Don Knox is a senior lecturer in Audio Technology at Glasgow Caledonian University. He completed his PhD in audio signal processing in 2004 in collaboration with the Centre for Music Technology at Glasgow University. His main research interests include audio and music analysis and classification, music emotion, and music psychology, with a focus on developing multidisciplinary research into music technology for health and wellbeing. He has led EPSRC funded research into music emotion classification, published articles in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America and the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. He has delivered invited talks for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Open University and the Audio Engineering Society. He is director of the GCU audio research group, founding member of the Scottish Music Health Network, member of the AES, IEEE and SEMPRE, a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and associate editor for Psychology of Music.