ICSRiM Student Conference on Music, Multimedia and Electronics

Programme

Note: Please bring your own laptop if you wish to take part in the FoxDot Workshop, as we will not be able to provide one for everyone.

09:30 – 10:00 Registration
10:00 – 10:15 Introduction
Exhibition: Foyer
All Day Benjamin Hall and Jonathan Briggs: Instagramophone
Workshop Session: CCCH/Chair: Joanne Armitage
10:15 – 11:45 Ryan Kirkbride: FoxDot Workshop (please bring your own laptop if you wish to take part)
11:45 – 12:00 Break
Keynote Session: LT1/Chair: Toby Galal
12:00 – 13:00 Keynote Speech: Julio d’Escrivan: A Steampunk Séance: Hacking the Ravel pianola rolls
13:00 – 13:45 Lunch
Paper Session A: LT1/Chair: Alex McLean
13:45 – 14:05 Steffan Owens: Designing a Programme of Study to Improve Timekeeping in Music
14:05 – 14:25 Beatrice Bretherton: The Effects of Tempo on Human Psychophysiology
14:25 – 14:45 Thomas Allen and Toby Galal: Capturing the Head Movements of Performing Drummers
14:45 – 15:00 Break
Paper Session B: LT1/Chair: Ryan Kirkbride
15:00 – 15:20 Steve Nicholls: An Approach to Musical Collaboration using Artificial Intelligence
15:20 – 15:45 Magdalena Halay: Exploring Voice Extraction Procedures in Music
15:45 – 16:00 Break
Concert: CCCH/Chair: Toby Galal
16:00 – 16:10 Anna Terzaroli: Heritage M.
16:10 – 16:25 Joanne Armitage + Sarah: m1 = (la, ra)
16:25 – 16:35 Magdalena Halay: Boulez is Dead: Schoenberg’s Revenge
16:35 – 16:50 Alex McLean: Spicule in Progress
16:50 – 17:05 Ryan Kirkbride: FoxDot Performance
17:05 – 17:15 Closing

Keynote

We are delighted to announce that Julio d’Escrivan will be our keynote speaker!

Bio: Julio d’Escriván is a composer, improviser, and audiovisual artist working. Julio lectures in sound and music for film and creative music technologies and regularly publishes articles on these subjects as well as a couple of books (2007 and 2012).

Julio was born in Venezuela but lives and works in Great Britain. Between 1991 and 2003 he worked almost exclusively in music for commercials, TV and film in The Americas. After moving to the UK in 2003, he kept working on commission for HBO’s A&E Latin America, as well as various advertising projects, but all this has gradually become a background pursuit as Julio has been able to get back to his original experimental and electronic roots as shown in his works from the late 1980s. Throughout the years, he has won several prizes both for his concert and film music, and has been performed and broadcast internationally. He regularly performs and writes with the Proyecto FUSIL, their latest CD was released in August 2013 on the ZAWP records label, from Bilbao, Spain

As an author, d’Escriván’s recent work includes the Cambridge Introduction book to Music Technology (2012) published by Cambridge University Press. He was co-editor of the Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music andco-author of the Chapter on Composing with SuperCollider for The SuperCollider Book published recently by MIT Press (2010).

At present, Julio is a Senior Lecturer in Sound and Music for the Moving Image and Music Technology at The University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom.

Further Info: http://descrivan.net/

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