26 March 2014
Media City UK, University of Salford
Sound Recording Techniques And Their Influences On Musical Composition, Interpretation, Performance And Appreciation
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The Menuhin Hall
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This is a rare opportunity for a fascinating visit to the British Library Sound Archive and studio complex. There is no charge for this event.
|1330-1345||Collect IPS visitor passes from the Information Desk and you will be taken to the Foyle Learning Centre. Late comers will be directed there by Information Desk staff|
|1400-1530||Richard Ranft, Head of Sound & Vision, will give a brief welcome before the talk by Nigel Bewley, British Library Sound Archive Operations Manager. The topic is "Fakes and Forgeries", with sound illustrations, to be followed by a general Q&A session|
|1530||Visitors taken to Technical Services for a tour of the studios|
|1630||(approx) visit ends|
Numbers are limited for this visit so Book now
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