Sound, Sight, Space and Play Postgraduate Conference 2010

sssp2010squareWeb “Sound, Sight, Space and Play 2010” was an international student postgraduate conference hosted at the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre of De Montfort University, Leicester. It was organised by students for students who are interested in electroacoustic music and sonic arts. The conference chairs were Andrew Hill, Benjamin Ramsay and Motje Wolf.

Please find the proceedings of the conference (Motje Wolf and Andrew Hill, Eds.) available for download below in PDF format.

Selected Papers (PDF format)

Abstract Book

Motje Wolf and Andrew Hill
Preface

Marie Thompson (Newcastle University)
Releasing the Inner Idiot: Noise Music, Marginality and Madness

Erik Nyström (City University)
Elemental Chemistry: Textons and a Vision of Space in Acousmatic Music

Ambrose Seddon (City University)
Investigating recurrences in Andrew Lewis’s Penmon Point

Frederico Macedo (Lancaster University)
Composing Heart Sutra – A Phenomenological Approach

Andrew Hill (De Montfort University)
What is Electroacoustic Audio-Visual Music? Nomenclature and Cognition

Adam Jansch (University of Huddersfield)
The voice and the vehicle: Integrating live broadcast radio into automated live electronic works

Eoin Smith (NUI Maynooth)
Electronic Dance Music and Academic Music Genre, Culture and Turntables

Marcus Leadley (University of Wolverhampton)
Developing a Practice-Led Research Strategy for Investigating the Relationship Between Environmental Sound and Language

Mike Blow (Oxford Brookes University)
Subtle Objects: Pickup – an Interactive Sound Artwork

Fabio Paolizzo (University of Kent)
VIVO (Video Interactive VST Orchestra) and the aesthetics of interaction

 
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