Search results for 'Music' (10)
Jeremy (Jez) Willis is a professional musician with nearly 30 years experience of recording, producing,performing and writing. He has sold over 2 million records with chart success from 1991 to 2012.
Phil Legard's background is in experimental music, particularly in the fields of generative and algorithmic composition. Additionally, he has developed a large catalogue of works that explore landscape through mixed-methodologies, including improvisation, sonic art, writing and auto-ethnographic approaches.
Dave Raybould is a Senior Lecturer who teaches sound synthesis, game audio, sound design and sound for film across both undergraduate and postgraduate music technology courses.
Dr Sue Miller
Dr Sue Miller is a Reader in music, teaching on the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in performance and production. As an academic and practitioner she specialises in popular music analysis, improvisation, ethnomusicology and performance.
Before joining our University in 2012, Sam worked in the music industry for over 10 years in successful roles as a live music promoter, record label director and A&R, musician, songwriter and producer. As well as delivering a number of industry based modules and research at the University, he is involved in developing partnerships to improve access to music industry roles with local and national bodies.
Dr Peter Mills
Peter Mills is Senior Lecturer in Media and Popular Culture and devises, runs and teaches all the music courses in the School of Cultural Studies.
Dr Nikos Stavropoulos
Nikos's research interests lay in the composition of multi - channel acousmatic and mixed media works, the articulation of acoustic space and its use in musical structure, as well as the development of new interfaces for sound processing and composition.
Kingsley Ash is a composer and performer of electronic and computer music whose work explores technology-enabled music performance and sound installations.
Professor Karl Spracklen
Karl Spracklen is a Professor of Music, Leisure and Culture based in the School of Film, Music and Performing Arts. He was previously a Professor of Leisure Studies here at Leeds Beckett University.
Dr James McGrath
James lectures in English, History and Media. His specialist areas are popular music (particularly The Beatles / 1960s) and the crossing of Cultural Studies into disability theory / medical humanities (especially concerning autism). James is also a widely published poet.