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12 Funded PhD Opportunities in Sound, Music or Multimedia Archaeology

The University of Huddersfield is part of a consortium currently advertising 12 funded PhD places for subjects related to Heritage Studies. This will pay tuition fees plus about £14,000 per year in living expenses (stipend). Applicants should have been living … Continue reading

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Fully Funded PhDs in Music Archaeology and Archaeoacoustics at the University of Huddersfield

We are advertising 6 fully funded PhDs in our University (fees + living expenses). Stipend should be at least the RCUK rate (£14,057 – uk pounds – per year) or more, and tuition fees will be paid. There are a number of … Continue reading

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Visual Interactive and Sound Technology in Archaeology

  VISTA Visual Interactive and Sound Technology in Archaeology One Day Symposium Sir George Buckley Lecture Theatre, CSLG01, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK, HD1 3DH. Tuesday 16th June 2015, 10am – 5pm This symposium collects together researchers working in digital modelling and reconstruction, … Continue reading

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Resident Audio T4 Thunderbolt Soundcard Tested in a Cave Featuring Prehistoric Archaeology

I recently travelled to Isturitz Cave in Southern France to make a number of recordings: of a singer; a reconstruction of a 30,000 year old Vulture bone pipe (played as a flute); and to carry out acoustic experiments. I used the opportunity … Continue reading

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Singing in the Hypogeum

MAR had the opportunity to record in the Hypogeum of Ħal-Saflieni, thanks to the generosity Heritage Malta, the only prehistoric underground tomb in the world, and a world heritage site. The Hypogeum has amazing acoustics, as it is carved out … Continue reading

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Songs of the Caves

This short film was created as a part of the Songs of the Caves research project. This AHRC/EPSRC funded project aimed to explore the sounds of 5 caves that are part of the Cave of Altamira and Palaeolithic Cave Art … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Past

This is the website of Music Archaeology Recordings, a website dedicated to sounds from antiquity. It includes links to recordings related to music archaeology, sound archaeology and archaeoacoustics. Recordings can be listened to as streams via the “Recordings” menu (up and to … Continue reading

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