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Creating a unique experience for artists and listeners
University of Plymouth news: Professor Eduardo Miranda, one of the foremost pioneers of quantum computer music, explains how the emerging technology could transform experiences for artists and listeners
Sea shanty and storm data collide in project demonstrating impacts of climate crisis
Scientists from the University of Plymouth have transformed data captured during the most energetic series of extreme storms on record into a musical piece demonstrating the effects of climate change
Researchers to investigate Quantum Computing for the music industry
The University is to lead a collaboration looking into the potentially game-changing impact that Quantum Computing could have upon the UK’s music industry
Music is more than entertainment, it can transform lives
Professor Eduardo Reck Miranda, Professor in Computer Music, University of Plymouth discusses the role of music in healthcare to address some of the most complicated diseases and conditions. Part of The Old Normal: Our Future Health series.
Opera created at the University of Plymouth to air on BBC Radio 3
A ground-breaking opera composed and recorded at the University of Plymouth will reach a national audience when it is broadcast on BBC Radio 3 this weekend.
Research expertise to be shared with undergraduates through new Computing, Audio and Music Technology degree, launching 2020
A unique new degree programme is building on world-leading research and expertise to equip graduates for careers in music, audio, computing and creative technology.
Project offers new lease of life to disabled former musicians
Participants are being sought for a life changing project designed to help injured or ill former musicians reconnect with the joy of playing.
Multimillion pound project will see AI remixing radio to help people living with dementia
A £2.7 million project is to use artificial intelligence to adapt and personalise live radio, with the aim of transforming life for people living alone with dementia.
Shakespeare, CERN and Game of Thrones combine for new Contemporary Music Festival opera
A new operatic prequel to The Tempest performed by the BBC Singers is to headline the Contemporary Music Festival 2019: Multiverse in Plymouth.
Duet for clarinet and seagulls seeks to rescue reputation of birds and their song
A piece of music is to use recordings of seagulls to try and persuade audiences to see the beauty in the much-maligned birds.
Seminal research into musical ‘illusions’ influences new piece for Contemporary Music Festival
A piece of music exploring the contrasting ways sounds are perceived by different listeners is to premiere as part of the Contemporary Music Festival 2019.
Premiere of Entangled Brains will allow audience to see and hear quantum physics in action
A scientist and composer will feed live data from performers’ brainwaves into one of the most powerful computers on earth to help an audience understand the mysteries of quantum physics.