Sound Thought Beta 2014

Issued: Tue, 27 May 2014 04:00:00 BST

Sound Thought 2014 Poster Final

This collection of papers is drawn from the 2014 annual conference, which consists of music composition, performance and research run by Glasgow University music department postgraduates. Sound Thought 2014 took place in Glasgow’s renowned Centre for Contemporary Arts between January 10th and 12th provided a platform for postgraduate music students to present their work to an academic audience and an engaged public. The conference presented research and practice from a range of sound and music disciplines in an environment which contrasts, relates, and contextualises the work. The event engaged the public with music research from across the UK and promoted understanding of the research field as well as enhancing the research environment at the university through interdisciplinary and inter-institutional collaboration. We are thankful to eSharp for collaborating with us to produce this final publication from the event.

eSharp would like to extend its thanks to Sound Thought for their input and collaboration in compiling this collection.

Lead Editors: Brianna E Robertson-Kirkland, Calum Scott, Bethan Parkes, Lynne Kelman, Debora Agazzoni

Image: Bob Rafferty

Content

The journal is split into a practice based section hosted at the Sound Thought webpages and a text based section which appears below.

Text

Elizabeth Ford   Sources for the chamber music of William McGibbon ST1 - Ford
James Lavender Affirming Chance: Experimentation Between Sound and Philosophy

ST2 - Lavender

R. Jenai Talkington Off the Axis: Navigating Globalism and Locality with Sound Mapping ST3 - Talkington

Practice 

Patrick Lydon
Transport Me
Leslie Deere
Untitled (west coast)
Georgia Rodgers
Late Lines remix
Richard T.C. Nelmes
Hiraeth
Iain Campbell F-W 2
In / am_avinestar_ (
Konstantinos Vasilakos
Live coding in studio: from code to tape
Neil Simpson
lls, ills, bills (extract)
 
Kim Walker
 
Thomas McConville
Shop (Cyclical Music)