Daniel originally studied composition and piano in Argentina. In 1977 he moved to France and studied at the Paris Conservatory. Member of the Ina-GRM since 1983, he then became director of the
Groupe de Recherches Musicales.His particular field of interest is the relation between composers, with their concerns regarding creation, and the research and development of new tools applied to electroacoustic composition. Daniel has composed music for fixed media (tape), small instrumental groups and tape, and = real-time processing of instruments. In 1998 he obtained a PhD in Art and Technology at the Paris VIII University. He the taught at the Paris I Sorbonne University and directed a seminar on new technology at the Paris IV University.