Sounds in Space 2019 is kindly sponsored by:

This is a low cost event, with lunch and light refreshments provided.

Registration is closed for 2019…..2020 coming soon and can be found at http://soundsinspace.co.uk/?page_id=13

Videos of previous events’ talks and demos (with binaural audio) can be found in this YouTube playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlEnGcToynyybhy9LqtDKC9QbvqPYanDB

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.


Call For Works (closed)

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

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 over here

When

25th/26th June 2019

Where

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

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