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Sample replays… #arp #sampling

Sample replays… #arp #sampling

Sample replays and their implications for producers and listeners Justin Morey, Leeds Beckett University ABSTRACT: There is evidence that the cost of clearing the recording copyright of a sample (the master clearance) has risen significantly in the last 20 years (see,...

Plagiarism: Musicology’s Proof of the Pudding #arp #iaspm

Franco Fabbri, University of Milan and Conservatorio ‘A.Boito’, Parma Our opening keynote for the conference is the much-loved Franco Fabbri, a much-celebrated musician, educator and musicologist. I was particularly interested to hear this one, because Franco is...

All the conferences, all the time #arp #iaspm #musicresearch

All the conferences, all the time #arp #iaspm #musicresearch

I'm in Huddersfield! This is, for the first time, a mashup of four popular music research conferences, all hosted here at the University of Huddersfield. These are: Art of Record Production (at Berklee in 2019 - submit abstracts now!) International Society for Metal...

Resilience through Trauma-informed Care

Supporting Resilience through Trauma-informed Care Dr Nomi Levy-Carrick, Psychiatrist, Division of Medical Psychiatry, Brigham and Women's Hospital Dr Levy-Carrick opens with some definitions of psychiatric trauma, providing categories/examples. The macro statistic...

Music Therapy for Infants…

Music Therapy for Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Jasmine Edwards, Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospitals Susan Bakouros, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Susan opens with a description of the...

Treatment and Creativity #musictherapy

Woody Giessmann (LADC-1) Right Turn: A Creative Place for Recovery After a brief (and fascinating) biography, Woody shares a list of possible music-related therapies and treatments, and provides his macro hypothesis: The self-medication hypothesis that Woody Giessmann...

Music and the Brain

David Silverstein MD, Samantha Sharma MD Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School Today at Berklee we're hosting the inaugural M&H (Music & Health) Exchange conference. Our first speaker, Dr David Silverstein, leads us through a fascinating...

PME & McDonalization #apme2018

Popular Music Education as an antidote to McDonaldization John Kratus, Professor Emeritus of Music Education, Michigan State University. John begins with an overview of the concept of McDonaldization (Ritter 1993) – defined as a rational process combining efficiency,...

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