Nick Green

  • PH1 2NX

    United Kingdom

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20142018

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Research expertise

Active in the fields of sound design, sound engineering, acoustic ecology and archaeoacoustics. This overlaps with with work in music production and musicology specific to culture and heritage. MSc by research completed at ECA Edinburgh University in Sound Design, research project and dissertation in field recording techniques of impulse responses and convolution reverb. The main focus of the field work is archaeoacoustics and acoustic ecology; the archival and preservation of acoustic signatures of historic and heritage sites particularly in Scotland. This is one facet of the multi-disciplinary field of research known as archaeoacoustics. Several conference presentations and an internationally published article "Sampling the Past" published in the Journal of Acoustic Ecology, 2013. Conference output has included a collaborative project with Dr. Paul Oliver; Reimagining Space, Leeds College of Music International Festival of Artistic Innovations and Perth Archaeology Month. Forthcoming conference presentation and book chapter for the 3rd International Archachaeoacoustics Conference, Tomar, Potugal, 3 October 2017. AES (Audio Engineering Society) conference presentation: Archaeoacoustics; Acoustics in Creative Spaces, Perth College Audio dept. 24th April 2017. Online research hub: http://www.archaeoacousticsscotland.com/about.html

Academic Qualifications

MSc by Research Sound Design

Education/Academic qualification

Master in Science

Award Date: 25 Jun 2016

Bachelor of Arts, Abertay University

Award Date: 22 Aug 2011

Keywords

  • GN Anthropology
  • Archaeoacoustics
  • Acoustic Heritage
  • Acoustic Ecology
  • QC Physics
  • Impulse Response
  • Convolution
  • Acoustics
  • CC Archaeology
  • Archaeoacoustics
  • The sound of archaeology
  • The archaeology of sound
  • Digital Heritage
  • Acoustic archives

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