Category Archives: Research Groups

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 – 21h Sunday 19 October.

“What’s possible when the experience of sound can happen in more dimensions? We invite artists and hackers to explore the 4DSOUND system using a variety of tools of their own choice, culminating in new experiments in sound, music, and performance.”

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Sazdov on the Board for the Struga Musical Autumn 2013

Robert Sazdov has been invited by the Composers’ Association of Macedonia to join the artistic board and organising committee for the Struga Music Autumn 2013. The conference is the longest running music conference in the Republic of Macedonia and deals with a broad range of themes, including Byzantine music, ethnomusicology, and contemporary music.

Robert Sazdov receives a commission from Fraunhofer Institute

Robert Sazdov has been commissioned by the Fraunfoher Institute (IIS) to compose a three-dimensional multi-channel composition. He has been invited to utilized the ‘Mozart’ room at Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Erlangen to realize a 22.2 channel work. He will also be working on perceptual experiment designs that will be used for experiments ultimately contributing to the proposed ‘H’ audio standard.

‘Od Soluna do Tetovo’ (2004) – Robert Sazdov

Originally part of the 60×60 2004 International Mix, the composition has been selected for the 60×60 2012 Presenters Mix. The premier of the mix is part of the ‘Arts Now Series’ and will take place at the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre, Thompson Theatre, North Carolina State University, 7pm – Tuesday, September 18.

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Morphons & Bions (2011) – by Kerry Hagan

At the end of March, Kerry presented “Aesthetic and Philosophical Implications of Noise in Morphons and Bions” at the Music, Mind, and Invention workshop in New Jersey. This paper detailed the thoughts behind her most recent work for computer, Morphons and Bions. It is available online at

This work was premiered at the Limerick Soundings event at the same time. It will have its Canadian premiere on August 15 at the Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium. For folks in Europe, it will also be part of the Computer Art Congress-3, held November 26-28 in Paris, France.