Tony Doyle at Spatial Sound Hack Lab

PhD Candidate Tony Doyle has been selected to participate at the Spatial Sound Hack Lab working on the 4DSound system. Tony will be using his own spatial application to explore the possibilities of this unique speaker array. Hosted by CDM (, Ableton, Liine, and Fiber at Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) 10h Saturday 18 October –…

Light Moves Festival of Screendance

Light Moves is Ireland’s first festival focusing specifically on screendance/dance film. It is a response to the vibrant and expanding field of screendance in Ireland and joins a range of similar initiatives internationally in providing a platform for new works and a forum for development and enquiry in this exciting area.

‘Mirror in February’ (2013) – Hughie Lynch

PhD candidate Lynch’s music composition ‘Mirror in February’ (2013) will be performed at this year NYCEMF. The concert will be held in the Underground Theater, Abrons Arts Center, Lower East side, NYC, Sunday 8th of June 2014.

Live-Visuals Article in Leonardo

Leon McCarthy has published an article on Live-Visuals in the Leonardo Electronic Alamanac

Seminar: Joe Chester

Joe Chester

Joe Chester cut his teeth recording to 2-inch tape in Dublin’s legendary Sun Studios in the mid to late 1990′s and was responsible for many of the key recordings of Dublin’s then thriving underground alternative rock scene. In this seminar Joe will talk about his work as a music producer, engineer and artist in Ireland. The format will follow an informal conversational approach allowing audience interaction throughout.

Wednesday November 19th 2.00pm
Computer Science Auditorium (CSG-01)

Seminar: Tony Hill

tonyHill Water Work

Born in London in 1946, Tony Hill studied Architecture and Sculpture and makes experimental short films that are somewhere between sculpture and cinema. In this seminar, Tony will explore the philosophy behind expanded cinema, the personal motivations that drive his practice, and some of the novel techniques that feature throughout his film and video practice. He will introduce and screen some of his seminal short film & video pieces and also perform one of his live light pieces.
Wednesday October 22nd 2.00pm
Computer Science Auditorium (CSG-01)

Seminar: Gianfranco Ceccolini & Harry van Haaren present The Mod Pedal


The Mod Pedal is a linux based guitar effects board. It supports hundreds of effects in a small rugged stompbox and allows users to install new pedals and to share pedalboards online. Gianfranco and Harry will discuss the development of the Mod pedal and their wider interest in music and open source programming.
Wednesday October 15th 2.00pm
Computer Science Auditorium (CSG-01)

Seminar: Ed Devane


The talk will be a tour of Devane’s major projects to date, with insights into the thought processes and technical challenges behind the work, and lessons learned from his experiences. It will be of interest to artists and students working in cross-disciplinary fields.
Wednesday October 8th, 2014
2.00pm Computer Science Auditorium (CSG-01)

Music Technology Scholarships

Scholarships are available for both EU and non-EU students on the Masters programme in Music Technology at the University of Limerick for 2014-2015.

Tenure Track Position: Music Technology

Applicants are invited for the position of Lecturer below the bar in Music Technology at DMARC (Digital Media and Arts Research Centre), Department of Computer Science & Information Systems (CSIS), University of Limerick, Ireland.

Application Deadline Extended for Master’s in Music Technology

The application deadline for the MA/MSc in Music Technology has been extended to Friday 12th July 2013. Please note that the deadline for the “EU Student Fees Scholarships” has also been extended to this date.

Scholarships – Master’s in Music Technology

Scholarships are available for both EU and non-EU students on the Masters programme in Music Technology at the University of Limerick for 2013-2014.