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Standing in the Shadow: Peter Whitehead, Swinging London’s Insider-Outsider
(Wayne State University Press, 2011)
Interacting: Art, research and the Creative Practitioner
The insider's guide to writing for television
(Trotman Publishing, 2012)
The rise of the multiplex
In 1984 cinema attendance reached its nadir yet one year later Britain’s first multiplex, The Point, opened in Milton Keynes. It heralded a year-on-year increase in the number of multiplexes, which was echoed in a rise in ...
How Artists Fit into Research Processes
(MIT Press, 2010)
Glamorous Bait for an Amorous Killer: How Audiences Were Lured by Lucille and the Working-Girl Investigator.
(University of St Andrews, 2013)
Sound synthesis and composition with compression-controlled feedback
(International Computer Music Association, 2011-08)
This paper introduces a method of sound synthesis that is based on the use of automatic gain control (AGC) in a time-delayed feedback loop. The approach, which the author calls "Compressed Feedback Synthesis" (CFS), can ...
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(Left Coast Press, 2010)
Forgotten Sisters: The Female Ensemble Drama
(Oxford University Press, 2013-06)
Reacting to Reality Television: Audience, Performance and Value