Sounds in Space 2018 Supporters and Sponsors:

This is a low cost event, with lunch and light refreshments provided. Registration details for the event are coming soon!.

Sounds In Space, hosted by Creative Technologies Research Group, will involve a full programme of research presentations and practical demonstrations relating to spatial sound providing a rich opportunity for exploration of academic, technical and creative practice research in the aesthetics, procedure, technology and perception of technology-based spatial sound and music using the facilities of the Markeaton Street Campus of the University of Derby. The day features a 28 speaker with-height Ambisonic Speaker Array in the main presentation room, as well as a Sonic Emotion Wave 1 Wavefield Synthesis Array demonstration.

Booking Now Open!

The booking form for this year’s Sounds in Space is now open. You can find details and a link to the on-line form on this page.

The programme for this year’s event is also available on this page. This page will updated with more details soon!

Call for Works

If you’re interested in demonstrating your work (research, case study, surround sound installation/composition etc), then please look at thispage.

The event is a relaxed, and stimulating one with time for networking/questions and discussion. Feedback on previous years symposia has been excellent, and there’s always a great mix of theory and practise with a focus on demonstrations and examples during the day).

If you want to get a feel for what the event is like, do have a look at the past Sounds in Space programmes and info overhere

See the highlights from the event in 2014

When

26 & 27 June 2018
11am (26th) – 4pm (27th) – Provisional times

Where

University of Derby – Markeaton Street
DE22 3AW
http://www.derby.ac.uk/campus/campuses/derby/

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