New Compositions For Percussion Duo, 2017 UNF School of Music
New Compositions For Percussion Duo, Andrea Venet
Showcase of Faculty Scholarly & Creative Activity
The submitted videos are a representation of recent performances and world premieres of commissions by Dr. Andrea Venet’s percussion duo, Escape Ten. Escape Ten is an ensemble in residence at the UNF School of Music with Dr. Annie Stevens (Virginia Tech). The first video is of a new composition, 2300 Degrees, by Ivan Trevino. Trevino held a musical residence at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY and was greatly affected by observing glass blower Lino Tagliapietra work. Ivan states “In order to recreate the feelings I felt while watching Lino work, I decided to create a piece ...
Empathy, Ethics And Aesthetics In Love + Radio, 2017 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Empathy, Ethics And Aesthetics In Love + Radio, Michelle Macklem
The podcast Love + Radio thrives on cultivating a kind of emotional tightrope, where the listener wavers from curiosity to contempt to empathy. The episodes “Jack and Ellen” and “The Living Room” have stark differences, particularly in terms of sound design, but their aesthetic and production values have a coherency that is exemplary of Love + Radio’s style. Sound is used to distinguish between ‘Ellen’, the subject, and ‘Jack’ her paedo-baiting alter ego. ‘Jack’ is created by pitch-shifting the voice of ‘Ellen’ down, instantly giving the story intrigue and also alluding to the clandestine nature of their work. “Jack and Ellen ...
Criminal: Journalistic Rigour, Gothic Tales And Philosophical Heft, 2017 University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Criminal: Journalistic Rigour, Gothic Tales And Philosophical Heft, Jason Loviglio
Like many of the shows in PRX’s Radiotopia catalogue of podcasts, Criminal’s sensibility and sound partake of the US public radio formula made famous by This American Life: journalistic rigour and gothic yarns. The show tells “stories of people who’ve done wrong, been wronged, or got caught somewhere in the middle”. But it’s moved beyond mere crime journalism to something that aspires to a bit more philosophical heft. Most of the stories unspool through the elegant co-narration between host Phoebe Judge and each episode’s central protagonist. The effect is almost always seamless, thanks to the ...
The Eternal Present: The Untold And Short Cuts Series, Bbc Radio 4., 2017 Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Eternal Present: The Untold And Short Cuts Series, Bbc Radio 4., Lyn Gallacher
The present tense is THE powerful first lesson in radio grammar. But so is telling the truth. What happens then, when these two butt up against one another and call each other’s bluff?
‘The Untold’ is a half-hour BBC radio series dedicated to ‘documenting the untold dramas of 21st century Britain’. The episode, Songs of the Bothy Balladeer, like all the stories in this series, is personal. This whole production can only be made with a high degree of cooperation from all its subjects. Indeed some of them nominate themselves. It means that we, the audience, are granted ...
Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song: Review, 2017 University of Wollongong
Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song: Review, Masako Fukui
The most compelling aspect of Mei Mei: A Daughter’s Song is its enduring power as cultural critique. On the surface, the subject matter is the universal conflict between mother and daughter, but this radio docudrama by Taiwanese-American producer Dmae Roberts is in fact an ambitious exploration of the complex meanings of race, hybridity and cultural ‘mixedness’ that outline the contours of identity in multicultural societies such as the US.
As an Asian-American ‘minority’ discourse, this documentary disrupts the dominant ‘white vs other’ understanding of culture by exploring Roberts’ ambivalence about her own biracial identity (her mother is Taiwanese, her ...
Fear And Nostalgia In Immigration, 2016 CUNY Hunter College
Fear And Nostalgia In Immigration, Daniel A. Matthews
School of Arts & Sciences Theses
Fear and Nostalgia in Immigration is a project that uses re-occuring memory and experiential memory to help us understand our common histories. The projects asks individuals to first share a re-occuring memory by writing it on a chalkboard. The next step is to then write an experiential memory about immigration, this can be a story you might have heard or it could be something from your own family history. These two tasks are done on a communal table where several individuals are engage in the same task at the same time. This aim of this exercise is to have something ...
Iain Muirhead, 2016 Claremont Colleges
Iain Muirhead, Iain Muirhead
CGU MFA Theses
Artist IAIN MUIRHEAD seeks possibility in a world of massive change. His work cultivates instability and chases an ungrounded experience. Systemic complexity and creative destruction are characteristic. Muirhead uses paint, objects, photography, installation, and video to break apart and reconfigure form and space. Terror often looms. Entropy gives way to emergence.
Music And Words: Connecting The Love Of Music With Language, 2016 Education
Music And Words: Connecting The Love Of Music With Language, Eileen P. Kennedy, Raymond Torres- Santos
Publications and Research
Children from different cultures have a natural affinity for rhymes, rhythm and music. Imagine if students were able, from the beginning of their education and experiences with academic writing and literacy, to access their unconscious and original selves from which to create their writing. The study of music can help to access this aware, inventive side that can enhance anyone’s writing. As an early childhood writing teacher and a composition teacher, we draw on our experiences with young children with words and music. We examine the relationship between music and words in an effort to bring the primitive drive ...
Harmonic Scale Transformations, 2016 University of California, San Diego
Harmonic Scale Transformations, John H. Chalmers
The STEAM Journal
My artwork derives from a project to delineate the transformations certain types of harmonic musical scales undergo as the sizes of their generating intervals vary over the space of the octave.
Voluntary Collective Licensing: The Solution To The Music Industry's File Sharing Crisis?, 2016 University of Georgia School of Law
Voluntary Collective Licensing: The Solution To The Music Industry's File Sharing Crisis?, Meghan Dougherty
Journal of Intellectual Property Law
No abstract provided.
Beyond What Is Heard: A Documentary Film About Acoustic Ecology As Sustainability Activism, 2016 SIT Study Abroad
Beyond What Is Heard: A Documentary Film About Acoustic Ecology As Sustainability Activism, Jesse Rolfe
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
Acoustic ecology is an interdisciplinary field that studies the relationship between sounds, sound sources, and environment they exist within. From an environmental perspective, this involves a holistic consideration of ecosystems, and how the various organisms within that ecosystem, including humans, impact and interact with each other through sound. Biosphere Soundscapes, an international, interdisciplinary project directed by Australian acoustic ecologist Dr. Leah Barclay, operates to engage communities within UNESCO Biosphere Reserves through acoustic-ecological concepts, monitoring, and techniques. In November 2016, I undertook the process of creating a short documentary film entitled Beyond What is Heard, which aimed to explore how the ...
We're Not Gonna Take It!: Limiting The Right Of Publicity's Concept Of Group Identity For The Good Of Intellectual Property, The Music Industry, And The People, 2016 University of Georgia School of Law
We're Not Gonna Take It!: Limiting The Right Of Publicity's Concept Of Group Identity For The Good Of Intellectual Property, The Music Industry, And The People, Andrew W. Eaton
Journal of Intellectual Property Law
No abstract provided.
"Hang 'Em High": Will The Recording Industry Association Of America's New Plan To Posse Up With Internet Service Providers In The Fight Against Online Music Piracy Finally Tame The Wild Internet?, 2016 University of Georgia School of Law
"Hang 'Em High": Will The Recording Industry Association Of America's New Plan To Posse Up With Internet Service Providers In The Fight Against Online Music Piracy Finally Tame The Wild Internet?, John Eric Seay
Journal of Intellectual Property Law
No abstract provided.
Malcolm Chisholm: An Evaluation Of Traditional Audio Engineering, 2016 Butler University
Malcolm Chisholm: An Evaluation Of Traditional Audio Engineering, Paul Linden
The career of longtime Chicago area audio engineer and notable Chess Records session recorder Malcolm Chisholm (1929-2003) serves as a window for assessing the stakes of technological and cultural developments around the birth of Rock & Roll. Chisholm stands within the traditional art-versus-commerce debate as an example of the post-World War II craftsman ethos marginalized by an incoming, corporate-determined paradigm. Contextual maps locate Chisholm’s style and environment of audio production as well as his impact within the rebranding of electrified Blues music into mainstream genres like Rock music. Interviews of former students and professional associates provide first-hand accounts of core ...
Rethinking L'Exception Culturelle In French Music Then And Now: Language, Memory, And Political Order, 2016 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Rethinking L'Exception Culturelle In French Music Then And Now: Language, Memory, And Political Order, Melanie Ann Lafoy
Through this thesis, entitled “Rethinking l'exception culturelle in French Music then and now: Language, Memory, and Political Order,” I explore the concept of exception culturelle as it relates to music in France. I break down this concept by situating current French music trends within a historical landscape, highlighting certain moments of tension between music, politics, and language that appear in the decades after the Dreyfus Affair (1894), which I consider to be a turning point in the way French music is and was perceived inside and outside French national borders. I also examine the years after the second World ...
Editorial, Radiodoc Review, Volume Two, Issue Two, 2016, 2016 University of Wollongong
Editorial, Radiodoc Review, Volume Two, Issue Two, 2016, Siobhan Mchugh
Overview of articles reviewed in fourth issue of RadioDoc Review
Comparing The Cost Of Preamplifiers To Their Sonic Fidelity And Frequency Output, 2016 California State University, Monterey Bay
Comparing The Cost Of Preamplifiers To Their Sonic Fidelity And Frequency Output, Jackson O. Hunter
Capstone Projects and Theses
This Capstone paper takes a deep look into the relationship or lack-thereof between the quality and price of preamplifiers. The purpose is to explore the world of these necessary and technologically dense pieces of audio production equipment and uncover their true worth through research and experimentation. The basis of my research is backed by a preamplifier-shootout that tested almost ten different preamplifiers that yielded interesting results. Supplementary to this study, I conducted my own experiment with preamplifiers to further seek truth in a less-than-straightforward audio equipment marketplace.
Dynamic Media: A Need For The Dynamic Use Of Media To Meet Organizational Goals, 2016 SIT Graduate Institute
Dynamic Media: A Need For The Dynamic Use Of Media To Meet Organizational Goals, Alexander J. Scott
This qualitative research study looks at how media can be used dynamically as a vehicle for study abroad students to create more meaningful engagements with the communities they visit. It takes a post-structural approach with an emphasis on how media supports participatory community-driven initiatives. It is the result of a 3-month participatory research process that looks at how media is emerging as a resource in some of the most remote communities in Nicaragua. The study was based on interviews with community stakeholders of the study abroad program, participatory observation, questionnaires, talks with community members, and the results of dynamic media ...
Balancing Personal Trauma, Storytelling And Journalistic Ethics: A Critical Analysis Of Kirsti Melville's The Storm, Mia Lindgren
When Kirsti Melville’s documentary The Storm about the life-long impact of child sexual abuse was broadcast in 2014, it contributed to a public debate about sexual abuse. Hundreds of listeners commented on the ABC Radio National website and Facebook pages, expressing how deeply moved they were, praising both the subject of the story Erik and the journalist Kirsti for their bravery and honesty in making the documentary, and remarked that Erik’s personal story helped them understand the issue better. Kirsti Melville won three national awards for her program, which also documented her personal story as Erik’s former ...
Visions: Chaos In Naango, 2016 Loyola Marymount University
Visions: Chaos In Naango, Katarina J. Klask, Hunter Gibson, Taylor Roseberry, Summer Shigetani, Mattie Coccia, Alena Siu, Caitlin Mihm, Gaston Dondero, Sophie Rudell
Development Blog: http://visionsthegame.tumblr.com