MUSICAL SOUND PRODUCTION, PRESENTATION & REPRODUCTION

21 CENTURY DEVELOPMENTS IN MUSICAL SOUND PRODUCTION, PRESENTATION AND REPRODUCTION TUESDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2017 NOTTINGHAM CONFERENCE CENTRE, BURTON STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 4BU

 

 

21st CENTURY DEVELOPMENTS IN MUSICAL SOUND PRODUCTION, PRESENTATION AND REPRODUCTION
TUESDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2017
NOTTINGHAM CONFERENCE CENTRE, BURTON STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 4BU

 

The purpose of this meeting is to highlight recent technological developments that can improve facilities for musical performance

PROGRAMME
 
10.00         Registration and coffee
10.30         Welcome
 
10.40          DO INDIVIDUAL SINGERS AFFECT PITCH DRIFT WITHIN A CHOIR       SINGING A CAPELLA MUSIC? -  Richard Seaton, The Open University
 
11.00           EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF SHOCK WAVE GENERATION IN BRASS INSTRUMENTS - Oliver Abrahams, John Chick, Michael Newton, Murray Campbell, University of Edinburgh
 
11.20           Poster Introduction - THE ROSINLESS BOW, - Camilla Fletcher, Ramboll Acoustics
 
11.30          Coffee
 
11.50          THE NEED FOR ACOUSTICS EDUCATION IN PEFORMANCE MUSIC SYLLABI -  Luis Gomez-Agustina, London South Bank University    
 
12.10           PERCEPTION OF AUDITORY OBJECTS IN COMPLEX SCENES:         FACTORS AND  APPLICATIONS  -  William Coleman, Linda Adams, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland  
 
12.30            Musical Acoustics Group AGM
12.45            Lunch, The Old Library
                               
13.45             VIBROACOUSTICS AND SUBJECTIVE ACOUSTICS OF THREE       GRAND PIANOS - Celia Diaz Brito, Giacomo Squicciarini, David Owen Norris,
University of Southampton
             
14.05           FACE THE MUSIC: AN IN-DEPTH STUDY OF THE LONG TERM           HEARING ACUITY OF CLASSICAL MUSIC STUDENTS - Stephen Dance, Doug Shearer, London South Bank University  
 
14.25              Tea
 
14.45              A STUDY INTO THE BEHAVIOUR OF THE UPPER RESONATOR OR   GOURD ON AN   INDIA SITAR - Anthony Frost, Consultant
      
15.05             HIGH SPEED PHOTOGRAPHY AS A TOOL FOR MUSICAL                  INSTRUMENT RESEARCH - Alan Woolley, Murray Campbell, Amaya Lopez-Carromero,  University of Edinburgh
 
15.25         Discussion
16.00          Close

 

VENUE
The Nottingham Conference Centre is part of the Nottingham Trent University, Business School, located in the heart of the city, the conference centre entrance is on Burton Street, but if you are using the tram you can also use the University entrance on Goldsmith Street.
 
 
WIFI
Wifi is free to delegates at the Conference Centre 
 
PARKING
Parking is available at the nearby Q-park car park on Talbot Street http://www/q-park.co.uk.
This is available at £7.50 per day per car or overnight or £9.50 per24hr per car. Delegates should take their parking tickets to the Conference Centre reception for validation for this reduced rate.
 
TRAVEL
The M1 passes close to the city and East Midlands International Airport is about 30 minutes away. Its approxomately half hour taxi trip from Nottingham Station, a tram is also available from the railway station, use the Royal Centre stop.
 
 
ACCOMMODATION
Nottingham Crowne Plaza
The Crowne Plaza is the nearest hotel to the Conference Centre, but there are several other hotels close by.
 
Nottingham Crowne Plaza, Wollaton Street, Nottingham NG1 
Tel: 0115 936 0088 email: cpnottingham@valorhospitalityeurope.com 
Standard room B&B £95.00 per night includes free parking and wifi.
Check in 2pm, Check out 12pm
 
To book please call or email the hotel direct quoting "Reproduced Sound".
This rate is available until Friday 20 October 2017.
 
 
TUESDAY EVENING
Reproduced Sound 2017 have arranged a Tuesday evening visit to the University of Derby where attendees will have the opportunity to explore the research of the Entertainment Engineering subject group (www.uodlive.com), including interactive demonstrations of ambisonics, 3D audio for virtual reality, live sound reinforcement technology, applications of immersive audio in theatre, 3D audio through tissue conduction, plus much more! If you would like to attend please tick the box when you register to reserve a place. There is no charge to attend.

 

 

 
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Dietary RequirementsPlease advise me of any special dietary requirements linda.canty@ioa.org.uk
Hearing Assistance : please email linda.canty@ioa.org.uk for information
Wheelchair Access: please email linda.canty@ioa.org.uk for information
21 November 2017   to  
Nottingham Conference Centre
Burton Street
Nottingham, NG1 4BU
Event Fee(s)
IOA Members £ 100.00
Non-Members £ 140.00
Sponsor £ 80.00
Young Members £ 50.00
Students £ 50.00
Retired Members £ 50.00
Extra Options
Visit to Derby University £ 0.00
Hearing Assistance £ 0.00
Special Access £ 0.00
Vegetarian £ 0.00
Other Dietary Requirement £ 0.00

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