Gustavo Costantini is an Argentinean Sound Designer, Musician, and Editor. He has many publications on Sound, Music, and Film Editing. In the UK he has published essays and articles in Filmwaves magazine, was a member of the Editorial Board of The Soundtrack and now on the board of the The New Soundtrack (with Walter Murch, Randy Thom, Larry Sider, Michel Chion and other leading figures in Sound Design and Sound Studies).
He is lecturer at the University of Buenos (UBA), and at the UNA (National University for the Arts). He is a guest lecturer at the London Film School, University for Creative Arts, University of London (Royal Holloway), and Norwich University (UK), International Film School (Cologne, Germany), European Film College (Ebeltoft, Denmark), at the Universidad de La República (Montevideo, Uruguay), and at several universities and film schools in Argentina. He also participated many times as a speaker at The School of Sound (UK). He is also member of the Board of Post-production at the National Film and Television School.
He has worked as a Sound Designer and Composer of many productions in Argentina; in fiction films, documentaries, theatre, and art installations.
He studied at the University of Buenos Aires graduating in Arts. As a researcher he received three scholarships in Argentina (studying with Electronic Music composer Francisco Kröpfl, and renowned semiotitian Oscar Traversa), one scholarship in Canada (for studying the work of Atom Egoyan and David Cronenberg), and one in Italy (studying with Gian Piero Brunetta).
At the ORT University in Montevideo, he developed (with musician Leonardo Croatto) the Sound Design program.