This page serves as an archive for my AHRC Research Fellowship in the Creative and Performing Arts - commenced in April 2007 and finalised in December 2009.
You will find documentation of network music work carried out during the Fellowship,
plus links to publications and other network sites.

Original Proposal for AHRC Fellowhips
(submitted September 2005; awarded March 2006) can be donwloaded as a pdf documentl here.

AHRC Fellowship

Links to Networked Sites



Index

Publications/Release

Performances/Projects

Sounds

Publicity Shots

AHRC Research Fellowship

PhD Thesis

OVERVIEW

A detailed spreedsheet with an overview of all the work carried during the Fellowship is downloadable here.


PUBLICATIONS

I have published several papers during the Fellwoship - see Publications page.
I have also published a book on performance based on my PhD research.
An edited volume on user-generated content came out in November 2009 (for more on the publisher see CSP).

CSP cover


CONCERTS/STUDIES

Please see Network Performance page for an overview of some of the performances that were carried out during the AHRC Fellowship period.

APART Study (SARC 2007)

Apart

This study was carried out at the Sonic Arts Research Centre in 2007 with view to addressing issues of synchronicity and ensemble communication in the context of network performance. The study is further described in Schroeder, F. Renaud, A. Rebelo, P. Gualdas, F. (2007) Addressing the Network: Performative Strategies for Playing Apart. International Computer Music Conference, pp.133-140. (Paper pdf version).

Spreadsheet of the performers' evaluations after each scenario was tested.

Anthropological Observation of the Study.

 

Videos of the Study

 
Apart Study 2B: 125ms stable latency between three studios, trio playing "Bird Food" and free improvisation (One Note work by Pedro Rebelo)

 

 
Apart Study 4A: 125ms stable latency between three studios with audio-modulated avatars, trio playing "Bird Food" and free improvisation
(One Note work by Pedro Rebelo)

 

 

Apart Study 4A: No latency between three studios with audio-modulated avatars, trio playing "Bird Food" and free improvisation (One Note work by Pedro Rebelo)