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2nd Royal Musical Association, Music and Philosophy Study Group’s Workshop on The Philosophy of Human+Computer Music

Held in the Department of Music, University of Sheffield on 27th May 2015 In our report on last year’s workshop we stated that the day ‘was a success, as much for what it did not achieve as for what it … Continue reading

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2nd Workshop on Philosophy of Human+Computer Music

I have “borrowed” this text from the Philosphy of Human+Computer Music website (here https://humancomputermusicphilosophy.wordpress.com/events/workshop27may2015/schedule-abstracts/) Workshop schedule and paper abstracts 10.30 Arrival/coffee 11.00 Paper session 1: Entangled Network Space – the fuzzy space where music is Tom Hewitt, Open University Imagined performances in electroacoustic … Continue reading

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2nd Workshop on Philosophy of Human+Computer Music

++++++++ REGISTRATION NOW OPEN ++++++++ We are pleased to announce that registration for this event is now open.  Please follow this link to the University of Sheffield’s bookings page. There are four pricing levels: Standard Full Rate – £25 RMA Member … Continue reading

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Ontology from epistemology?

Below is an extract from the rubric provided at the excellent Workshop on philosophy of human+computer music held in the music department at the University of Sheffield on 4 July 2014: “… philosophical work on music is typically focused on … Continue reading

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