MPEC Postponement & MPEC Book Call
02/02/2021 - 09:00 - Further Conference & Book Postponement
After careful consideration, the MPEC organising team have decided that we'd love for this conference to be held as a physical event if at all possible. As such we've decided to postpone until Summer 2022. Additionally we wish to re-align the book to the conference and will wait for abstracts for both when we release the call for contributions to these in late 2021, pandemic permitting.
06/03/2020 - 17:07 - Conference Postponement
Sylvia Massy's manager, Chris Johnson, has contacted us about earlier cancellations on the European trip MPEC was part of due to Covid-19. Given this, they've decided to postpone their trip. Leeds Beckett University and the MPEC committee have, in kind, decided to postpone the conference until May or June 2021. Please accept our apologies for this.
11/06/2020 - 07:47 - Call For Contributions - "Music Production Education - reflecting the future" - A Routledge Book.
The Music Production Education book will begin accepting abstract proposals as of today. For more information please read below or visit https://research.mottosound.co.uk/calls#h.p_x53xC4Mkzd7j
Call for Contributions: Perspectives on Music Production –Music Production Education - "reflecting the future" (Routledge)
Deadline for proposals: 1st December 2020
Chapters to be submitted: 1st Nov 2021
Proposed publication date: August 2022.
Book Chapter Proposals to be submitted via: https://research.mottosound.co.uk/calls#h.p_x53xC4Mkzd7j
Conference paper proposals (2021) - please visit www.musicproductioneducation.co.uk
We are currently inviting chapter proposals for the book Music Production Education as a separate to but allied resource to the www.musicproductioneducation.co.uk conference series. In keeping with the ethos of the conference we are happy to consider a broad spectrum of submissions on the subject of music technology and production education at all levels. The following areas are offered as a guide:
Music Production Education - "Reflecting the Future"
Pedagogical models for teaching music production theory and practice
Educational paradigms in music technology & production
Gender representation within music production education
Equality and diversity
Current music technology progression through to Higher Education
Production analysis and listening in education
Teaching creativity in music production
Tensions between technology and technique in teaching music production
Music production education and the industry: the apprenticeship model and its future in the context of Higher Education
Career pathways for music production graduates
Post Graduate provision and development
Government policy on Higher Education and its potential impact on Music Production degrees (e.g. TEF)
Student population developments and expectations
Future educational landscape discussion
other topics considered - please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Russ Hepworth-Sawyer, MOTTOsound and York St John University, UK
Nick Hughes, Robert Smythe Academy, UK
Dr Mark Marrington, York St John University, UK
Katie Tavini, Mastering Engineer and Educator, UK
Dr Paul Thompson, Leeds Beckett University, UK
Proposals should be emailed to: email@example.com or via https://research.mottosound.co.uk/calls#h.p_x53xC4Mkzd7j