The Ludomusicology Research Group UK:
Ludomusicology (Conference on Video Game Sound and Music)
10-12 April 2014 – University of Chichester
Deadline: January 31st 2014
The Ludomusicology Research Group UK is pleased to announce the third annual conference on video game sound and music, featuring:
Keynote addresses by:
- Kevin J. Donnelly (Southampton University), author of The Spectre of Sound: Music in Film and Television (BFI Publishing, 2005)
- William Cheng (Harvard University), author of Sound Play: Video Games and the Musical Imagination (OUP, forthcoming)
Industry sessions with game audio professionals
We are currently accepting proposals for 20-minute research papers.
While we will consider papers on any topic related to video game audio, the conference themes this year are:
- Canons and curating game music
- Simulation, immersion and „the real“ in sound and audio
- Game audio outside games
Please submit your paper proposal (c.200 words) to ludomusicology at gmail.com by January 31st 2014.
- We also welcome session proposals from organizers representing two to four individuals; the organizer should submit an introduction to the theme and c.200 word proposals for each paper.
- Proposals for papers in alternative formats, such as performances or demonstrations, should be discussed with the conference organizers before the abstract is submitted.
For more information, see www.ludomusicology.org/category/news/events
Organized by Michiel Kamp (Cambridge University), Tim Summers (Oxford University)
and Mark Sweeney (Oxford University). Hosted by Stephen Baysted (Chichester University and Composer/Audio Director, Slightly Mad Studios).