Event Details

Event date: 
14 January 2021
Event time: 
6PM
Venue Address: 
Online - Zoom

We're delighted to be bringing back our 'How To Research' series for 2021, these workshops are perfect for dissertation students, while open to everyone.  To kick off this year's series,  Adam Martin of Nightports will be discussing how to research music production.

Adam’s doctoral studies involved in interdisciplinary research employing phenomenological and musicological research methods to explore the role of music producers in the 21st century. His doctoral research has been presented at national and international conferences alongside studies exploring the nature of the music studio and collaborative creativity.

During the Zoom meeting, you'll be able to ask questions via the chat bar. All How To Research sessions will be recorded and available 24 hours after each event.

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About Adam
Adam is also an active music producer, mix engineer, composer and performer for a range of projects. He is a founding member of the electronic ensemble Nightports who fuse aspects of electronic music, jazz, and experimental music through their collaborations with featured artists. In 2017, Nightports was signed to the Leaf Label and released and toured their second album with renowned pianist Matthew Bourne which included only the manipulated sounds of pianos. Since this release, Nightports has collaborated with microtonal guitarist Tolhagan Çoğulu, Anthology Brewing Company, a Thai temple, guitarist Stuart McCallum and have an upcoming release with drummer Max Hallett (Comet is Coming).

Adam is also a founding member of the Unusual Ingredients, a project which explores the relationships between taste and sound in a newly developing form of cross-modal composition. Most recently, the project is being developed into a box-set and live event to allow audiences to experience how sound can affect the way we taste and consume food by combining the disciplines of sonic art, gastrophysics, and theories of cross-modal perception.

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