Joseph Anderson has been invited to return as an artist/researcher in residence at DXARTS, University of Washington for another two months from late January 2013. He’ll be teaching DX567 Sound in Space—exploring spatial composition techniques with the Ambisonic Toolkit (ATK). And, will be carrying on with further research in ambisonic surround sound. In particular, work with bringing Higher Order Ambisonics techniques into the ATK are to be explored.
January 25-27, 2013
“Cinema for your ears.” — SF Weekly
“…literally surrounded by sound.” — San Francisco Chronicle
“Tape Capsule” — The New York Times
Joseph Anderson has been invited to be a Guest Professor at Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe University of Music). He will be delivering a three day masterclass on the Ambisonic Toolkit and SuperCollider (10-12 January 2013). A breadth of topics will be covered from acquisition & synthesis, soundfield image warping & transformations, to rendering and monitoring.
Application deadline: 27 December 2012
ERASMUS partner academies of music: free of charge | Other participants: €150
From September 2012 Joseph Anderson is to teach postgraduate students in the department of Music & Audio Arts at the University of Kent, UK. He looks forward to making contributions to the University’s programmes and sharing his expertise with this international group of students.
Over the summer Joseph Anderson moved south from North Yorkshire to Canterbury, Kent. He will continue to compose and undertake teaching from his base there, which allows easier European and International travel. Email contact remains the same, or use the contact link via this website.