Merchant Adventurers' Science Discovery Lecture
Dr Damian Murphy has been a lecturer at the University of York, since 2000, and has previously worked at Leeds Metropolitan University, Bretton Hall College in the School of Music, and started his career in the Performing Arts Department at Harrogate College. His interests are in Music Technology and Audio Engineering, focusing in particular on physical modelling, acoustics and recording studio techniques. His teaching expertise extends to roles as chief moderator and consultant in the Music, Music Technology and Performing Arts sectors, primarily for NCFE and QCA and he is co-author of the Edexcel AS/A2 Music Technology student guide. He is a visiting lecturer to the Department of Speech, Music and Hearing at KTH, Stockholm, where he specialises in spatial audio and acoustics.
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