A few days ago it was released an interview I had for the Embedded.fm podcast. If you don't know the podcast, it is a show about electronics and programming usually focused on embedded devices (microcontrollers or small linux boxes).
You can find my interview here https://embedded.fm/episodes/356
There's other interview there that I highly recommend you. This one is with Roger Linn https://embedded.fm/episodes/236-repeat
If you want to keep listening, there's other interview I had with Darwin Grosse for the Art + Music + Technology podcast: https://artmusictech.libsyn.com/podcast-280-leonardo-laguna-ruiz
Back in October I gave a talk in the Wolfram Technology Conference. The talk is not public yet, but there is a short interview I had before the event. You can find that one here: https://youtu.be/_gn4MvS0ImU
Lastly, if you are interested on modeling topics, back in July I wrote a blog post about basics of modeling analog electronics. You can find that one here: https://blog.wolfram.com/2020/07/23/digital-vintage-sound-modeling-analog-synthesizers-with-the-wolfram-language-and-system-modeler/
I'm preparing a second part for that blog post when I'm going to show a detailed analysis of a well known part of a synth.