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Collaboration, Engagement, and Tradition in Contemporary and Electronic Music: Noisefloor Perspectives

Marc Estibeiro

Collaboration, Engagement, and Tradition in Contemporary and Electronic Music: NoiseFloor Perspectives offers insights into practices at the forefront of modern music making and is built on a rich collection of concerts and talks, representing over a decade of artistic insight and creative practice showcased at the annual NoiseFloor event.

Exploring the themes of collaboration, engagement and tradition, this cutting-edge collection offers chapters on a range of pressing issues, including AI in music, audiovisual composition, environmental sound, and interactive sound systems. NoiseFloor's aim is to showcase research and original works by international music composers and performers and has attracted prolific artists in a wide range of related fields - many of whom have contributed to this volume. This book provides a timely snapshot of new and emerging developments in the broad field of contemporary music-making.

Collaboration, Engagement, and Tradition in Contemporary and Electronic Music will be of interest to postgraduates and advanced undergraduates working in the areas of contemporary music, electronic music, and music technology. This book is also ideal for composers, artists, and researchers investigating theoretical concepts and compositional practices in contemporary music.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Focal Press
  • Publish Date: Oct 24th, 2024
  • Pages: 406
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9781032553740
  • Categories: Genres & Styles - ElectronicRecording & Reproduction

About the Author

Marc Estibeiro is a composer, guitar player and academic. His academic work focuses on composing music for acoustic instruments and electronics. His work has been presented at conferences, workshops, concerts, and seminars around the world. Marc is currently an associate professor of music at Staffordshire University in the UK.

Dave Payling is a visual music artist from Staffordshire. His work focuses on composition for Visual Music with abstract animation and electronic music. Dave is section editor for Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture. Author of Electronic Visual Music: The Elements of Audiovisual Creativity, Routledge.

David Cotter is an academic and musician. He has performed and presented his research in 29 countries. His doctoral research at the University of Cambridge concerns the cultural, sonic, spatial, and technological affordances of the guitar in collaborative musical performance.