Presentation ‘Trevor Wishart’s Globalalia: Analytical Agendas, Initial Listenings and Question Marks’ at ‘Building communities, changing needs, ongoing work’, De Montfort University, 11th July 2013

As part of the AHRC funded project ‘New Multimedia Tools for Electroacoustic Music Analysis’ directed by Simon Emmerson and Leigh Landy (Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre, De Montfort University, Leicester) – and hosted by the Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities at DMU.

Symposium 4: Thursday 11th July 2013
Theme: ‘Building communities, changing needs, ongoing work’
Location: Clephan Building, Bonners Lane, De Montfort University, Leicester LE1 9BH (Room 0.01)
Time: 10.30-17.00
Chairs: Simon Emmerson, Michael Gatt
Invited guest contributors: Michael Clarke, Frédéric Dufeu, Trevor Wishart
10.30/10.45-11.00 coffee and introduction
11.00-12.00 ‘New Multimedia Tools for Electroacoustic Music Analysis’ (1)
– Simon Emmerson (DMU) – Achievements of the project and future possibilities
– Mike Gatt (DMU) – The OREMA project and the eOREMA journal: update and future developments
12.00-12.45 – Michael Clarke and Frédéric Dufeu (Huddersfield) –
‘An Introduction to the TIAALS software (Tools for Interactive Aural Analysis)’
(part of TaCEM – Technology and Creativity in Electroacoustic Music – an AHRC funded joint Huddersfield/Durham project).
12.45-14.00 – Lunch
14.00-15.30 Open Forum: Trevor Wishart’s Globalalia – analytical approaches
Led by Michael Gatt including contributions from –
Trevor Wishart, Kevin Dahan, Weiwei Jin, Cormac Gould, Ambrose Seddon
15.30-15.45 – Tea/coffee
15.45-16.30 ‘New Multimedia Tools for Electroacoustic Music Analysis’ (2)
Pierre Couprie (DMU): EAnalysis software: update and demonstration
16.30-17.00 –
Questions & discussion
Open Forum output possibilities (OREMA, eOREMA).
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