Faculty of Music

February

February Research News

Lou D'Alton: - Chapter Publication: “A Gramscian Analysis of the Public Performance Right.” 2014, chapter 10 in Intellectual Property for the 21st Century Interdisciplinary Approaches, Irwin Law, Toronto.

- Official Book Release on March 5th 2014

Matt Shelvock: - Paper Presentation at Conference: Innovation Music at University of York, UK. Titled "The Progressive Metal Guitarist's Signal Chain: Digital and Analog Strategies", is currently in peer review to be published in the print proceedings for the conference.

- Offers a monthly free clinic presentation for guitarists through Walter's Music here in town. 

Emily Ansari: - Paper to be published. Read here

Jay Hodgson: - Record Nomination: Graze "Graze" (New Kanada: NK 42, 2013) (http://www.beatport.com/release/graze/1189855) has been nominated for a Juno Award, in the Best Electronic Recording category.  Is also the in-house mastering engineer for Thoughtless Music, which also has a record nominated in the same category, namely, Noah Pred's "Third Culture" (http://www.beatport.com/release/third-culture/1183004). Sessions for both records were done in TC 345a, which he has retrofit for this sort of work, alongside more traditional recording work.

- Book Release: "Representing Sound: Notes on the Ontology of Recorded Sound", has finally completed production and will be released in March of 2014.  Here is a trailer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cChdIWJ6xsw) and here is the link for the book (http://www.wlupress.wlu.ca/Catalog/hodgson.shtml)

Diana Dumlavwalla: - Lecture Presentation: Presented a lecture recital at the Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference at the University of Southern Queensland. Her paper has been included in the conference's proceedings. Website: http://www.appca.com.au/2013proceedings.php
- Lecture Presentation: Presented a lecture recital at the Symposium: John Weinzweig, His Contemporaries and Influence at the University of Toronto in March 2013. http://www.johnweinzweig.com/events/symposium-john-weinzweig-his-contemporaries-and-his-influence/