20th to 22nd April 2017
Bath Spa University
We are delighted to announce booking is open for the conference on video game music and sound. We have a full three days of research papers and demonstrations, including:
> Keynote address by Roger Moseley (Cornell University), author of Keys to Play: Music as a Ludic Medium from Apollo to Nintendo
> Keynote address by game music composer Rob Hubbard, esteemed maestro of the Commodore 64 (International Karate, Jet Set Willy, Monty on the Run, and many more).
> Keynote address by Dr Kenneth McAlpine (Abertay), author of Bits and Pieces: A History of Chiptunes
> A concert of new compositions inspired by, and using, game audio technology, curated by Professor James Saunders, organizer of the Open Score Lab
Here, you can book for the conference, accommodation and the conference dinner.
NOTE: Accommodation on campus is now SOLD OUT. We suggest that delegates look at local hotels and B&Bs on booking.com or similar to secure accommodation
We look forward to seeing you at Bath.
For more details, please see www.ludomusicology.org | #ludo2017
Hosted by Professor James Newman, Bath Spa University.
Supported by Bath Spa University, The Society for Music Analysis, Intellect Publishing and Liverpool University Press.
Organized by Melanie Fritsch, Michiel Kamp, Tim Summers, Mark Sweeney