Music at Canterbury Christ Church focuses on the creative practices that are at the heart of today’s dynamic music industry.
Music at Canterbury Christ Church focuses on the creative practices that are at the heart of today’s dynamic music industry. Students on our courses hone their skills through work on practical briefs that mirror ‘real-world’ professional scenarios. This gallery showcases a selection of responses to a sample of these briefs, covering the wide range of creative areas taught on our music courses such as performance for stage and screen, songwriting and composition, studio production, and electronic music.
BA Music Showcase
Student Work: Creative Music Production and Technology
Joe Brunton - Closer To You
A Virtual Sound Art Installation by
Thomas Postgate (Creative Music Technology)
This piece is an exploration of sound in virtual space. With the utilisation 3D sound software, the user is immersed in an enclosed world they can listen to and interact with. The piece is split into three rooms, separated by corridors, each with its own visual and sonic palate. __ Corridor explores sound in architectural space, through a virtual world, interior headspace, through ambisonic audio, and the cultural space of its construction- this being the audio-visual language of videogame design and internet culture. It can be argued that the validity of Virtual space as a means for Installation art must be justified in present times. However, hopefully Corridor proves not only that virtual space is a valid means of installation but has its own inherent, inseparable cultural traits that make it an exciting medium to work in.