In collaboration with the University of Glasgow’s international online journal for postgraduate research eSharp, we are pleased to present this special edition highlighting the range and quality of sound research and practice presented at Sound Thought 2014.
The journal is split into a text based section hosted at the eSharp webpages and a practice based section which appears below.
We are thankful to eSharp for collaborating with us to produce this special edition.
Lead Editors: Brianna E Robertson-Kirkland, Calum Scott, Bethan Parkes, Lynne Kelman, Debora Agazzoni
Sound Thought 2014 eSharp special edition Text Elizabeth Ford - Sources for the chamber music of William McGibbon James Lavender Affirming Chance: Experimentation Between Sound and Philosophy R. Jenai Talkington Off the Axis: Navigating Globalism and Locality with Sound Mapping Practice Patrick Lydon – Transport Me Leslie Deere – Untitled (west coast) Georgia Rodgers – Late Lines remix Richard T.C. Nelmes – Hiraeth Iain Campbell F-W 2 - In Posterface: Physical Things Konstantinos Vasilakos – Live coding in studio: from code to tape Neil Simpson – lls, ills, bills (extract) Kim Walker Thomas McConville – Shop (Cyclical Music)