Two lockdown related updates this month. Firstly I'm very curious to attend the 20th conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), which is being held virtually for the first time ever. I have papers to present on a work-in-progress project about adaptive audio for wellbeing, with colleagues at Salford, QMUL, and Sheffield universities, and on my own project using Brain-Computer-Interfacing technology to help with audio mixing.
Secondly, I am pleased to have been able to contribute a (rather timely) chapter all about distance learning for audio engineers, to a new Routledge book, Audio Education, Theory culture and Practice
Details of all three are in the writing pages here of course.
That's it for now, with a bit of a summer break on the horizon!