Ben Ramsay. Wednesday 24 October, 12-4pm (CM.107).

Ben’s practice draws from electronic dance music, acousmatics, field recording and sound synthesis to develop new music. In his talk he will cover both theoretical and practical approaches to his work, as well as his ongoing research in the field.
Ben Ramsay is a British composer and sound artist based in the South West, UK. He co-runs amp bit<if//go recordings and lectures in Music Technology and Sound Production at Bath Spa University. Ben has been making electronic music since the early 1990s and continues to compose music made from synthesised sounds, field recordings, radio broadcasts and anything else he finds lying around. He writes music as a solo composer under Ben Ramsay or Ninestein and in collaboration with others under the monikers of Soundhacker, Mats Twunky and dooQ.

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