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Research Update!

Well, it’s been a long time between posts! One of my New Years resolutions was to try and be more consistent with posting here, as it’s a great link between the volunteers who contribute their time and efforts into doing … Continue reading

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The aftermath

“INTERIOR DESIGN: Music for the Bionic Ear” jumped out at me as the obvious choice for my second year research project: as a musician and student audiologist, it combined my two interests perfectly. So what if there was some data … Continue reading

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Bump-in!!!

Hi from the Arts Centre! We’ve been here since 8 bumping in the show tonight. Two shows, 5:30 and 8pm, with a lecture explaining the processes behind the show at 7 pm. Come along, there are still tickets left but … Continue reading

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Concert preparations

Well, a very belated and happy new year! Since coming back from holidays (back on the 4th of Jan!) it seems like life and work has been in a constant whirlwind. A bit part of the whirlwind is the preparations … Continue reading

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Why do we hate modern music?

In The Age A2 section thismorning there’s a really interesting article by Alex Ross (he wrote a great book called “The Rest is Noise in 2007) called “The schock of the dissonant.” I couldn’t find a link on The Age’s site, … Continue reading

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TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Very exciting: tickets for “INTERIOR DESIGN: Music for the Bionic Ear” are on sale NOW, through the Arts Centre website.  Tickets are $25/$15 concession, and there are two performances, at 5:30PM and 8PM on Sunday the 13th of Feb 2011. … Continue reading

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Robin Fox’s Synapse Residency Blog

Robin Fox (the composer leading our new music for bionic ears project) is writing a blog about his experiences during the process of thinking about and writing the new music. He’s the “resident composer” at the Bionic Ear Institute at … Continue reading

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