In 2016, Hsu started his solo electronic project Waves of Doppler as he finished his Master degree in music in London. It fuses electronic music into a classical music structure with carefully crafted sound design and instrumentations. His music builds a narrative perspective for electronic dance music with irregular patterns, bizarre, nearly-un-danceable rhythms. The errors and silliness create a humane perspective in the music.
In September 2016, Waves of Doppler performed for the first time in Tokyo.
Waves of Doppler released its debut album Nonagon in July 2017. It is a inner journey of conflicts, harmony and reconciliation. Starting his career as a professional composer, Hsu, the mastermind behind Waves of Doppler started in a tiny bedroom scaled less than 5 square metres While making it his starting studio, he doesn't even have space for bed. The disamenity of reality, sleepless nights, paranoid personality has led him to create this album, so has it been reflected to the soundscape.The struggle between the reality and the unconsciously crave of security has contributed to the dynamic of volume, structure, sounds within this work.
都普勒浪潮首張專輯《Nonagon / 九邊形》於2017年七月發行，這張專輯是一趟自我深入內心對話、衝突、調和的過渡旅程。這段對話或多或少都受到了都普勒浪潮本身職業身分的影響，從事配樂的他，初期只能在不到一坪的空間裡作為工作室和臥房，空間狹小到甚至要休息時才可以把床鋪出來，時常從夢中驚醒，無眠式的創作和夜半時刻的驚醒、空間的壓迫、工作初期的神經質，大大反應在聲響和曲子結構上，這些現實的不舒適、加上潛意識所渴求的安全感刻劃出這張專輯的音量、頻率上的強烈對比。
Hsu has also been curating events in pursuit of a greater acceptance toward electronic sound textures in the local audience. Muted Heteroglossia is the first event that Hsu curates, featuring three young electronic musicians who strive to explore different possibilities in sound design, and musical structure.