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Leeds International Music Technology Education Conference

Leeds, November 2005

Now in its third year, the Leeds International Music Technology
Education Conference is one of the leading events of its kind in the
UK. LIMTEC provides a forum for the promotion of best practice in
music technology based learning and teaching in Further and Higher
Education, through the dissemination of the latest research and
developments in the field and consideration of practical strategies
for teaching various skills and techniques. Music technology is
broadly defined as encompassing all aspects of the subject ranging
from commercial music production to classical electroacoustic
composition. The event will offer lively debates and stimulating
presentations as well as addressing issues of music technology’s place
within the broader performing arts sector, research and professional

Who should attend?

The conference will be of particular relevance to:

· lecturers and teachers of music technology, 
· researchers in music technology and music education, 
· music technology students
· students and industry specialists

Keynote Speakers

Focal Press Keynote: Bob Katz is a sound engineer with three Grammy
awards to his name. He is a prolific writer, and his book Mastering
Audio: The Art and Science is widely regarded as a core text.

Allan Moore is Professor of Popular Music and Head of the Department
of Music and Sound Recording at the University of Surrey. He is best
known for his research in the musicology of popular music, work which
has so far produced four sole authored books, two edited collections,
and a number of book chapters and articles. He is an editor of the
journal Popular Music, founding co-editor of the new journal
twentieth-century music and presents the Radio 4 occasional series
Armitage and Moore's Guide to Song.

Tim Speight specialises in recording, engineering and mixing various
genres of pop music. He has worked with successful acts including
Steps, Westlife, Lemar and McFly amongst many others.

Papers and panels

Papers and panel discussions will focus on the relationships between
music technology education, creativity and industry.

Full details and registration forms are available from

Registration enquiries should be addressed to Louise Wood, Events
Manager, Leeds College of Music

Please note that the programme will commence at 2pm on Friday 11th
November and conclude around 5pm on Saturday 12th November.

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