2010 ARP Conference

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Leeds Metropolitan University

3rd - 5th December 2010

Hosted By:

Justin Morey and Bob Davis

Keynote Speaker:

Steve Albini 

Industry panelists include:

Paul Miller (DJ Spooky)

Paul Theberge

Philip Tagg

Phil Harding

Steve Parker

James Kenosha

Richard Formby

Marco Pasquariello

Paul Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky) as well as being an artist, DJ and producer, has collaborated with artists such as Chuck D, Dave Lombardo of Slayer and Yoko Ono. He is also the author of Rhythm Science and editor of Sound Unbound which are both published by MIT Press.

Other Speakers include:

Paul Theberge (author of Any Sound You Can Imagine)
Phil Harding (The Clash, PWL, Kylie, East 17, author of PWL - From The Factory Floor 
Philip Tagg (author of Kojak: 50 Seconds Of Television Music, Fernando The Flute, Ten Little Tunes and Everyday Tonality)
Steve Parker (The Fall, Aretha Franklin and The Rolling Stones)
James Kenosha (Grammatics, Lone Wolf and Pulled Apart By Horses)
Richard Formby (Wild Bests)
Marco Pasquariello (Snap! Studios)

The conference will be held at Leeds Metropolitan University's Headingley Campus in north west Leeds, an environment that is appreciated by both students and staff for its vast spaces and relaxing atmosphere.

All of the conference activities will take place in the James Graham building (pictured). It is also home to the music, sound and performance courses' specialist studios, which offer impressive production, performance and recording facilities, including:

· Five recording studios, each with a control room and live area with instruments and amps

· 5.1 mixing facilities

· Five fully equipped programming / offline editing suites, each with its own booth

· Digital / analogue consoles, genelec / dynaudio monitors, a range of recording and editing software

· Protools HD 3 and HD2 systems

· Foley studio for recording sound effects and multi-speaker performance space of electro-acoustic and diffusion compositions