Robert Schneider Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Robert Schneider Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Robert Schneider is an American pop musician, music producer, and mathematician. He is the lead singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer of The Apples in Stereo and has produced albums by Neutral Milk Hotel, The Olivia Tremor Control and a number of other psychedelic and indie rock bands. Schneider co-founded The Elephant 6 Recording Company in 1991. He received a PhD in mathematics from Emory University in 2018. As of January 2021, Schneider is a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia.

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Robert Schneider Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth March 9, 1971
Birth Day March 9
Birth Years 1971
Age 50 years old
Birth Place Ruston, Louisiana
Birth City Ruston
Birth Country Germany
Nationality American
Famous As biography of musician and mathematician
Also Known for biography of musician and mathematician
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Occupation biography of musician and mathematician

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Robert Schneider Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

After spending the first six years of his life in Cape Town, South Africa, Robert Schneider’s family moved to Ruston, Louisiana. In Louisiana, Schneider befriended Bill Doss, Will Cullen Hart and Jeff Mangum, and began discovering and playing music with them. After graduating from Ruston High School, where he was Junior and Senior class president, and spending two years at Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana, Schneider moved to Denver, Colorado to attend university. Although he subsequently left school to pursue his musical ambitions, his academic interests remained strong as an avid student of analytic number theory.

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Robert Schneider has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as biography of musician and mathematician. Popularly known as the biography of musician and mathematician of Germany. He is seen as one of the most successful biography of musician and mathematician of all times. Robert Schneider Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful American biography of musician and mathematician.

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Life Story & Timeline

2012

After spending the first six years of his life in Cape Town, South Africa, Robert Schneider’s family moved to Ruston, Louisiana. In Louisiana, Schneider befriended Mangum, Hart and Doss and began discovering and playing music with them. After graduating from Ruston High School, where he was Junior and Senior class president, and spending two years at Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana, Schneider moved to Denver, Colorado to attend university. Although he subsequently left school to pursue his musical ambitions, his academic interests remain strong, being an avid student of analytic number theory. Schneider studied mathematics at the University of Kentucky, completing his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics in May 2012, while also composing, producing albums and touring. In 2018, Schneider successfully completed a PhD in Mathematics on number theory and theoretical mathematical science, advised by Ken Ono at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2012 Schneider announced he was stopping touring; whether this hiatus is temporary or permanent is unclear. Schneider was a PhD student in Mathematics at Emory University, studying number theory under noted mathematician Ken Ono. He earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in Mathematics from Emory University in 2018.

2011

During 2006, it was announced that Schneider was playing in a Kentucky-based psychedelic garage band with his brother-in-law, Craig Morris, called Thee American Revolution. Thee American Revolution released the lo-fi psych-pop album Buddha Electrostorm in 2009 on Garden Gate Records; the album was reissued worldwide on December 5, 2011, on UK label Fire Records.

2010

Since September, 2010, Schneider has performed compositions in an experimental notation (including his score “Composition for Two Hemispheres” and a score by Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel) for his Teletron Mind-Controlled Interface for Analog Synthesizers, a mind-controlled control voltage generator made from a circuit-bent Mattel MindFlex electronic toy, scored for one “conductor” wearing an EEG sensor with Schneider and experimental musician and visual artist Robert Beatty controlling the filters of Moog synthesizers. Other experimental musicians have subsequently built Teletron units from an instructional video Schneider released online.

2009

Since 2006 Schneider, who has a BSc in mathematics, has composed using a Non-Pythagorean scale of his own invention based on logarithms, incorporated prime numbers and the sieve of Eratosthenes in both a composition for bell towers and in the score for a play by mathematician Andrew Granville and playwright Jennifer Granville that debuted at the Institute for Advanced Study on December 12, 2009, has written a plan for an electronic composition based on prime numbers lasting millions of years, and has engaged in a number of other experimental music projects taking inspiration from mathematical concepts.

2008

Other appearances in popular culture include a cameo appearance as the banjo player in a bar fight scene in the 2008 Mike Myers Paramount motion picture The Love Guru (for the soundtrack of which Schneider also produced a traditional bluegrass song performed by Kentucky group The McKendrees), a short science fiction film starring Schneider and actor Elijah Wood entitled Explore the Universe with Elijah Wood produced as the prequel to The Apples in stereo pop video “Dance Floor,” and the performance of The Apples single “Energy” by the contestants of the television show American Idol.

2007

The scale was introduced in 2007 with the release of New Magnetic Wonder, the sixth studio album by The Apples in Stereo. The album featured two brief compositions using the scale. Enhanced CD versions of the album included a third composition as well as a variety of information from Schneider concerning the scale. Audio files and instructions are also on the disc, enabling the listener to prepare a MIDI keyboard to play in the Non-Pythagorean scale.

2006

On December 20, 2006 Schneider appeared on The Colbert Report for the season’s rock-themed finale. He performed an original composition (“Stephen, Stephen”) about the show’s host, Stephen Colbert, and then closed the show alongside Chris Funk (of The Decemberists), Peter Frampton and Rick Nielson with an “all-guitar jam”. The Apples in Stereo later performed “Can You Feel It?” on The Colbert Report to celebrate the release of their Japanese 7″ vinyl picture disc release of “Stephen, Stephen.” The Apples in Stereo were officially the first band scheduled to perform twice in the program’s history.

2004

Schneider formed a comparatively dark band in 2004 called Ulysses in Lexington, Kentucky, which released the 2005 album 010 on Eenie Meenie Records recorded live with a single microphone, and released a second Marbles album Expo in 2005 influenced by Electric Light Orchestra, as well as Gary Numan, Michael Jackson, New Order and The Cars.

1996

Schneider has a number of solo projects. One, a project called Marbles, began with lo-fi Beach Boys-esque recordings done with Will Cullen Hart, and is the name most of Schneider’s solo work appears under, beginning with the 1996 debut album “Pyramid Landing” and Other Favorites on spinART Records. Another project, Orchestre Fantastique, is an instrumental venture which recorded a soundtrack for the as-yet unreleased film Dean Quixote. Schneider also collaborated with Andy Partridge of XTC in the early 2000s, with the pair reportedly writing over thirty songs together by telephone; the project, however, produced no recorded results. Schneider also composed a number of jingles for television commercials during the 2000s, including a string of pop songs for the Kohl’s department store chain.

1991

Soon after moving to Denver, Colorado in 1991 Schneider met Hilarie Sidney, Jim McIntyre and Chris Parfitt, who formed the indie pop band The Apples (the name was subsequently changed to The Apples in Stereo). The group made their first release in 1993 with the Tidal Wave EP that became the inaugural release on the Elephant 6 record label.

1990

Schneider’s prowess in harnessing the sounds of Elephant 6 bands became apparent with his distinct production style. In addition to producing all of the albums for The Apples in Stereo, he’s produced work for the Olivia Tremor Control, the Minders and a number of other artists, but is best known as a producer for his work on Neutral Milk Hotel’s critically lauded In the Aeroplane Over the Sea. The Wall of Sound production style implemented by his heroes Phil Spector and Brian Wilson was used on these records and cemented Schneider’s reputation as the man behind the sound of many bands of the Elephant 6 label, which grew through the 1990s into a sprawling collective of psychedelic pop and experimental groups.

1971

Robert Peter Schneider, Ph.D (born March 9, 1971) is an American pop musician, music producer, and mathematician who received a PhD in mathematics from Emory University in 2018. He is the lead singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer of The Apples in Stereo and has produced albums by Neutral Milk Hotel, The Olivia Tremor Control and a number of other psychedelic and indie rock bands. Schneider co-founded The Elephant 6 Recording Company in 1991. He is also a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Georgia.

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