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Andrew Bourbon

Dr Andrew Bourbon

Senior Lecturer
Academic school:
Job title:
Senior Lecturer
Higher qualifications:

BMus Music (University of Birmingham), PgCert Education (Birmingham City University), PhD Music Composition (University of Birmingham)

Research degree supervision:

 

Student

Role in team

Thesis title

James Bell Second supervisor The digital audio workstation as a mediator of the electronic music production process.
Jose Cubides Gutierrez Principal supervisor Development of Compositional Methods Based on Sound/Noise as a Public/Private expression.
Michail Exarchos Principal supervisor Development of Compositional Methods Based on Sound/Noise as a Public/Private expression.
Yongju Lee Second supervisor How can Actor-Network-Theory and Ecological Approach to Perception be used to analyse creative mixing practice?
Jo Lord Principal supervisor 3D Audio for Music: Ecological perception, embodied cognition and applied technique.
Paul Mackley Principal supervisor What impact are sound design technologies having within the live medium of theatre?
Christos Moralis Principal supervisor Live Popular Electronic Music - 'Performable Recordings'
Tyrian Purple Second supervisor In what ways have guitar players’ tools come to shape the playing style, compositional approach, and recording methodology of noise rock music from the 1970s to the present?
Completed Research Degrees
Student Role in team Thesis title Date of award
Anthony Meynell Principal supervisor

How recording studios used technology to invoke the psychedelic experience: The difference in staging techniques in British and American recordings in the late 1960s.

July 2017