IRiMaS

Interactive  Research in Music as Sound

"IRiMaS is a five-year project (2017-2022) funded by a €2.5m European Research Council Advanced Grant. This ground-breaking project’s aim is to harness the potential of C21st technology to research interactive aural approaches to music analysis, and to musicology more broadly. Building on earlier work, the project is devising generic software tools and specific case studies to develop and demonstrate the potential of working with software to facilitate direct engagement with music as sound as part of musicological research"

Project Director:

Prof Michael Clarke (University of Huddersfield)

 

Senior Staff:

Prof Robert Adlington (University of Huddersfield)

Prof Amanda Bayley (Bath Spa, University)

Dr Axel Roebel (IRCAM, Paris)

Prof Jonathan Stock (University College Cork)

 

Post-Doctoral Research Fellows:

Dr Frédéric Dufeu (University of Huddersfield)

Dr Keitaro Takahashi (University of Huddersfield)
 

PhD Candidates:

Dr Cristina Ghirardini

Laurens van der Wee

Maria Donohue