Monthly Archives: January 2014

Two day course on field recording, London, March 27-28 2014

The National Centre for Research Methods are running a two day course on field recording for researchers. Field recording is audio recording in acoustically uncontrolled environments, often outdoors. The course will be hands-on, with participants working in pairs to make … Continue reading

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MSc Sound Design – University of Edinburgh

The MSc Sound Design at the University of Edinburgh is a 1 year taught masters programme. Students are challenged to develop their voice as sonic artists and develop their craft as sound designers. More information about the programme is available … Continue reading

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The New Soundtrack, call for publications

http://www.euppublishing.com/doi/story/10.3366/news.2013.09.11.187 The New Soundtrack Special Issue: Perspectives on Sound Design Call for Papers One hundred years ago futurist artist Luigi Russolo invented mechanical synthesisers, called Intonarumori, capable of producing and controlling noise-sounds. This, together with the emergence of recording technology, … Continue reading

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ESSA conference in Copenhagen, June 2014

Pasted from here: http://www.soundstudies.eu/odense-may-2014-sound-studies-a-discipline-second-international-conference-of-the-european-sound-studies-association-essa/ “Sound Studies: Mapping the Field” will be the title of the second international ESSA conference. It will take place at the University of Copenhagen, June 27-29, 2014. Among the themes are: Case studies that testify to … Continue reading

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