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Dafx Keynote: Gender balance in audio: how to fix it?

I was thrilled to give a keynote presentation at DAFx2017 Here’s the abstract: Gender equality in STEM has recently been pulled into the public spotlight via popular culture and headline-grabbing events at tech-based companies. Within the audio engineering community we … Continue reading

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Gender Equality and the Audio Industries

Save the Date! A panel of speakers will discuss Gender Equality and the Audio Industries as part of our HeforShe campaign on 22nd February 2018 at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York.  

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Msc Audio and Music Technology

From 2013-2017 I was programme leader for the MSc in Audio and Music Technology, Department of Electronic Engineering, University of York. The MSc Audio and Music Technology is suitable for students with science, engineering or arts backgrounds, who want to gain … Continue reading

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From WordPress Womble to WordPress Winner

I recently presented some of my work on embedding Real-World Assessments in our MSc Audio and Music Technology programme at the Uni of York’s E-learning Development Team Show and Tell (November 22nd) I looked at using technology, in particular websites … Continue reading

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Just opened @STHLMTech with @sonicules_sound performance. Thanks for your support @PlinstStockholm #Designing #Drugs with #Sound pic.twitter.com/WfvZb64iqx — Radek (@Radek_Rudnicki) September 3, 2017  

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Architexture II video released

Our video of the fantastic Architexture II for choir and augmented acoustic – performed in the Museum Gardens, York in September 2015 is now on-line. Massive thanks to Ambrose Field who composed the music specially for the reconstructed acoustic of … Continue reading

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Everything we know about audio perception is wrong (or at least it might be…)

  My paper “Everything we know about audio perception is wrong (or at least it might be…)” has been accepted for presentation at AISS (Activating Inclusive Sound Spaces) Conference at the University of Huddersfield in July. In this paper I … Continue reading

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