For the past seven years, I have delved into the study of acoustic diversity within neotropical forests. Through a unique blend of electronics engineering, music informatics, and ecology, I successfully earned my PhD in Life Sciences from the University Paris-Saclay in 2018. My research focused on identifying crucial patterns within the animal acoustic community of the lowland forest in French Guiana. Presently, I am engaged in collaborative work at the Humboldt Institute in Colombia, collaborating with researchers from Colombia, United States, France, Spain, and Brazil. In this role, I am merging the realms of acoustics and biogeography to anticipate and understand the potential impacts of climate change on tropical ecosystems.