SOUND RECORDING TECHNIQUES

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Organised by the Musical Acoustics and Electroacoustics Group Sound Recording Techniques and their influences on Musical Composition, Interpretation, Performance and Appreciation Wednesday 26 March 2014 MediaCityUK, Salford

Programme

 

9.30       Registration and refreshments
10.00     Welcome and Introduction

 

10.10     From electric to acoustic instruments: digital synthesis and emulation
             Prof. Patrick Gaydecki, University of Manchester
 
10.50     The studio as a compositional tool: revisited
             Katia Isakoff, Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production

11.30     Coffee

12.00     Practical ambisonics: the pros and cons and pitfalls of 3D audio
             Dr. Bruce Wiggins, University of Derby

12.40     Questions and Answers

13.00     Lunch

14.00     Case Studies in Modern Music Production: where science meets art
             Dr Rob Toulson, Anglia Ruskin University
14.40     Analyzing Digital Music
             Prof. Mark Plumbley, Queen Mary University

15.30     Tea

15.50     How distortion affects the perceived quality of music: psychoacoustic                            experiments
Iain Jackson, Bruno M. Fazenda, Trevor J. Cox, Paul Kendrick, F F. Li, Stephen Groves-Kirkby, Alex Wilson, University of Salford.

16.30     Q&A Session

17.00     Close

 

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26 March 2014   to  
University of Salford
MediaCityUK
Salford, M50 2HE
United Kingdom

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