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2007 ARP Conference

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Program



Conference Program Day One - Monday December 10
 

SOUND RECORDING, NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW CONTEXTS

8.45 am: Welcome

Professor Andy Arthurs

THE BLOCK

9.00am: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2306

Kalika Doloswala, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Peer to peer, piracy and production – reconciling Ps in the age of digital reproduction


9.00am: Paper Presentation

Room A: Z2205

Becky Shephard, Macquarie University, Australia

Production on the Edge of Nostalgia

 

9.30am: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2306

Mat Wall-Smith, Ross Rudesch Harley, and Andrew Murphie – University of New South Wales
LAST FM and the Music Multiverse
9.30: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2305

Peter Doyle, Macquarie University, Australia
Technologies of capture: the field recording, the mug shot and the early 20th century global mediascape.

 

10.00am: Classic Producer 1

MIKE HOWLETT

The Block

Mike Howlett takes us through some of the production techniques and processes he used in
producing a string of Top Ten hits throughout his career.

 

10.30am: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2306

Justin Morey, Leeds Metropolitan University,UK

The Death of Sampling: Has Litigation destroyed an Art Form

 

11.15am: KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Professor Julian Knowles with Hank Shocklee

The BLOCK


12.15pm – 1.15pm: LUNCH

 

1.15pm: Classic Producer 2

HANK SHOCKLEE

The BLOCK

Hank Shocklee takes us through the legendary album Fear of a Black Planet

 

 

2.15PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Michael Bates, University of Sydney, Australia
The Representation of Space in Audio and Audiovisual Works

 

2.15PM: CLASSIC PRODUCER 3

STEVE D’AGOSTINO

THE BLOCK

 

3.30PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Mike Howlett, London College of Music,TVU, UK.
Fixing the Volatile - studio vocal performance techniques

 

3.30PM: CLASSIC PRODUCER 4

RICHARD LUSH

THE BLOCK

 

4.00PM: Paper Presentation The Changing Role of the Producer

Room B: Z2 306

Donna Hewitt, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Women at the Controls: Women producers and the Democratisation of Media.

 

4.30pm: Networking Drinks

ROOM B: Z2 306

 

Conference Program Day Two - Tuesday December 11



THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE PRODUCER,

Lo-Fi vs Hi-Fi AND RECORDING AS A COMPOSTIONAL PROCESS

 

9.00AM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 305

Andy Arthurs, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
More Risk – More Control: The evolution of the role of record producer

 

9.00AM: Paper Presentation

Room A: Z2 306

Peter O’Hare, Forth valley, College, UK.

Steve Albini: In Utero’s Ultra Sound Guy

 

9.30AM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Hugh Brown and Phil Graham, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
From Garage to Greatness? Reflections on home-studio production experience.

 

9.30AM: Paper Presentation

Room A: Z2 305

Katia Isakoff, London College of Music, TVU, UK.

What’s going on?

 

10.00AM: CLASSIC PRODUCER 5

PIP WILLIAMS

The BLOCK

 

10.00AM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Jonathon Dale, Adelaide University, Australia
Messthetics Is All That We Know: DIY Production and Post-Punk.

 

10.30AM: Paper Presentation

Sarah Van Doel, Tufts University, USA

Music Meaning and Music Making: The Changing Face of Music Culture in the Digital Age

 

11.15AM: PANEL DISCUSSION

Towards a Musicology of Record Production

Simon Zagorski-Thomas, Mike Howlett, Ross Harley, Katia Isakoff, Julian Knowles

The BLOCK

 

12.15PM – 1.15PM: LUNCH

 

MUSICLAB PRESENTS NEW PROTOOLS DEMONSTRATION IN ROOM B, Z2306
DURING LUNCH

 

1.15PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Pip Williams, London College of Music, TVU, UK
Lo- Fi vs Hi-Fi: A Symphony In The Potting Shed!?

 

1.15PM: CLASSIC PRODUCER 6

TOM ELLARD: THE ILLUSTRATED FAMILY DOCTOR PROJECT

THE BLOCK

 

1.45PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Per Dahl, University of Stavanger, Norway
When the performance perforates the idea of a musical work. The transformation of a song
by Grieg from the podium to the groove.

 

2.15PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Andrew Pleffer, Macquarie University, Australia
I Put a Spell on You:Standards as a product of recorded music culture.

 

2.15PM: CLASSIC PRODUCER 7

DANIEL DENHOLM

The BlOCK

 

2.45PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Steve D’Agostino, London College of Music, TVU, UK
Surround Sound as a Compositional….Consideration

 

3.30PM: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Simon Zagorski-Thomas, London College of Music, TVU, UK
Gesturing Producers and Scratching Musicians.

 

3.30PM: CLASSIC PRODUCER 8

DAVID TRUMP

THE BLOCK

 

4.00pm: Paper Presentation

Room B: Z2 306

Phillip McIntyre, University of Newcastle, Australia
Rethinking Creativity: Record Production and the Systems Model.

 

4.30pm: PANEL DISCUSSION

The BLOCK

The Changing Role of the Producer

Professor Julian Knowles

Panel: Hank Shocklee, Dave Trump, Pip Williams, Steve D’Agostino,Andy Arthurs