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Moir, Z. (2019, June). Book Launch Panel for 'The Bloomsbury Handbook of Popular Music Education: Perspectives and Practices'. Presented at Association for Popular Music Education Annual Conference 2019
Abstract not available.
Moir, Z., & Ferguson, P. (2019, April). Live Improvised Performance Over Networks. Presented at Network Performing Arts Production Workshop
No abstract available.
Moir, Z. (2015, February). Improvisation: Practical approaches for composers. Presented at Invited Guest Workshop
1 day workshop.
Moir, Z. (2014, February). Communicative Improvisation: A practical Workshop. Presented at Invited practical workshop
Moir, Z. (2010, February). Improvising and Dance: Improvising for/with Movement (Practical Workshop). Presented at Invited Practical Workshop
Invited practical workshop.
Moir, Z. (2019, June). Cultural Invasion, False Generosity, and Fear of Freedom: A Freirean Critique of Popular Music in Higher Education. Presented at Association for Popular Music Education Annual Conference 2019
Moir, Z. (2019, June). Music From the Mundane. Paper presented at Association for Popular Music Education Annual Conference 2019
Moir, Z., & Stillie, B. (2019, June). Developing an HE Aligned Music Curriculum. Presented at Association for Popular Music Education Annual Conference 2019
Moir, Z., Stillie, B., & Krikun, A. (2019, June). International Online Collaborative Music Making. Paper presented at Association for Popular Music Education Annual Conference 2019
Harkins, P. (2018, December). Can Music be Digitised? Samplers, Democratisation, and 'the Digital Age'. Paper presented at Music, Digitalisation, and Democracy
Rather than an abrupt or revolutionary shift from analogue to digital, I will argue in this paper that the use of digital technologies such as samplers have been part of a mor...
Stillie, B. (2018, October). Rip It Up: A blueprint for collaborative partnership. Paper presented at School of Arts and Creative Industries 20x20
Rip It Up: The story of Scottish Pop Music is a feature exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland. This presentation charts the involvement of students from the School of ...
Harkins, P. (2018, September). Was the Sampler a Revolution? Continuity and Change in the Design and Use of Synthesizer/Sampling Technologies. Paper presented at The Sound of the Anthropocene: Materialities Seminar
Harkins, P. (2018, September). Following the Distributors: Syco Systems and the Selling of Musical Instruments. Paper presented at Art of Record Production (ARP)/International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) UK & Ireland Branch Conference
Since the 1980s and 1990s, scholars in Science and Technology Studies (STS) and, more specifically, those adopting the Social Construction of Technology (SCOT) approach have b...
Harkins, P. (2018, June). Becoming a User? Science & Technology Studies (STS) and the Design/Use of Digital Synthesizer/Sampling Instruments. Presented at Workshop on Objects of Electronic Sound & Music in Museums
This provocation will give an overview of a research project about the historical and contemporary uses of digital synthesizer/sampling instruments. One of the problems I face...
Moir, Z., & Stillie, B. (2018, February). Pathways Towards Popular Music Education in the UK. Paper presented at Teaching Fellows Conference