2010

This paper examines the dymics that music subdisciplines bring to record production and seeks to clarify meaning for the recordings as virtual constructs of subdiscipliry encounters. This is detailed in a three stage investigation and subsequently argues for a collaborative approach to achieving increased understanding of the simultaneous action of several levels of musical reality, towards a trans-subdiscipliry ecology of music-making.

Presented at Conferences

  • The Art of Record Production (2005)

    London