From tape to typedef 2013

University of Sheffield

January 30, 2013 – February 2, 2013

Programme and Rehearsal Schedule announced.

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From tape to typedef: compositional methods in electroacoustic music is a four day symposium about electroacoustic compositional methods and processes and will include talks, workshops, networking opportunities and concerts of electroacoustic music. It is open to all and is free (a donation of £20 is encouraged for those attending for one day or more to help cover costs). Emphasis is upon knowledge through shared community so we hope many will be able to attend a significant majority of the event, either as participants or interested audience members.

Registration to contribute papers or pieces has now closed. We have 45 new pieces, 23 papers, 3 workshops and 3 keynote speakers/composers!

Andrew Lewis (Bangor University), Pete Stollery (University of Aberdeen) and Leigh Landy (De Montfort University Leicester) will talk about their work and open an evening concert. Landy's recent publication Making Music with Sounds (Routledge) and the DMU EARS/EARS II website resonate precisely with the festival theme and further open the event to teachers, educators, analysts and creators.

The organizing committee warmly welcome a donation towards the symposium costs of £20 and would ask that people attending the conference pay a minimum of £1 via the following web site so that we have a solid idea of numbers.

If you would like to attend any of the events please register your intention using this link to online payment. (minimum donation £1.00)

Registration on this site was for those intending to submit papers and pieces. You can register an intention to come to some/all of the event with the link above or at the door. We are limited to 100 seats for the majority of events.

With best wishes, Adrian Moore, Adam Stansbie, Dave Moore, Stephen Pearse (Sheffield)

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University of Sheffield Department of Music