CHARM Symposium 2
The art of record production
London, UK - 17-18 September 2005
The second CHARM symposium 2 formed part of The Art of Record Production, an international conference which aims to build bridges between academia and industry, which we are co-hosted with the London College of Music and Media, University of Westminster and Music Tank in 2005. CHARM's invited speakers addressed different aspects of the musicology of production.
Click on the links below to view the papers from CHARM Symposium 2 (please note that for copyright reasons, music examples listed in the papers may not be available to download):
- Andrew Blake, Towards a musicology of early-mid 1960s recordings by Suvi Raj Grubb (pdf file)
- Donald Greig, 'Sing to the mike': authenticity and performance in early music recording (pdf file)
- Michael Haas, The recording producer as musicological filter (pdf file)
- Serge Lacasse, Persona, emotions and technology: the phonographic staging of the popular music voice (pdf file)
- Colin Lawson, 'The most original Beethoven yet recorded': fantasies, realities and the microphone (pdf file)
- David Patmore, John Culshaw and the recording as a work of art (pps file)
- Abigail Dolan, Report from Symposium 2 (pdf file)
For further details of the ARP conference please visit The Art of Record Production conference website.