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This six week course examines the complexity of audiovisual relationships first within the narrow context of music and sound with moving images, then within the wider context of live musical performance. It presents the formation of isomorphic and/or concomitant relationships as a natural phenomenon that dictates the meaning and communicability of audiovisual materials. The unit examines several powerful effects associated with this audiovisual mode of attention and identifies numerous points of contrast and comparison with the acousmatic or audio-only mode of attention.  The course comes complete with a reading materials plus weekly lectures and tutorials with the author.

Please contact the John if you would like to book a place in the next course offering. 

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