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Centre for Music and Science

 
Myles Eastwood works as Technical Specialist at the Centre for Music and Science, alongside running Eastwood Records as a freelance producer and engineer. His Faculty work includes teaching and assisting students and staff working on audio-related projects, as well as managing the Recording Studio for internal and external hire. He also supervises and lectures on topics related to popular music and the history of sound reproduction. Myles has produced recordings for The New Yorker and Glyndebourne as well as numerous independent artists and labels, receiving regular airplay on WNYC, BBC Radio, Classic FM and Jazz FM. He graduated with a BA in Music from Pembroke College, Cambridge, in 2009, before returning there in 2010 for postgraduate research on postwar recording practices. His MPhil and PhD were supervised by Nicholas Cook and included scholarships at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Library of Congress.
Mustafa Beg is the Computer Officer for the Faculty of Music; he manages computer equipment across the Faculty and in the CMS in particular.

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New paper: A case study investigating the interaction between tuba acoustic radiation patterns and performance spaces

27 October 2022

Recent CMS undergraduate Silas Sanders just presented his dissertation project at the 153rd Convention of the Audio Engineering Society. The project is entitled 'A case study investigating the interaction between tuba acoustic radiation patterns and performance spaces'. Silas put together an impressive pipeline of acoustic...

New PhD and research assistant positions: Score design for music reading

11 October 2022

We are happy to share several new positions at our Centre for Music and Science (Faculty of Music, Cambridge). These positions are part of the Leverhulme Trust-funded project Score designs for the facilitation of music reading: Cognitive and artistic perspectives led by Professor Ian Cross (Principal Investigator) and Dr...