GameSound was very pleased to be part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences this past week! Our poster (alongside a digital demonstration) was exhibited as part of the Canadian Society for the Digital Humanities (CSDH) conference. It was wonderful to engage with dynamic scholars from across North America about game studies, the digital humanities, and much more.
Weren’t able to make it out to the conference? We’ve uploaded a copy of our poster to the website in PDF format for easy viewing. Feel free to take a look!
GameSound is happy to be a part of The McGill Music Graduate Students’ Society (MGSS) Symposium, which will be held March 23–25, 2018 at the Schulich School of Music in Montréal, Canada.
We will be presenting GameSound as a poster, and will be fielding questions about the project between 2:30-3:00pm on Saturday, March 24, 2018, alongside a line-up of other engaging scholars.
- Kristin Franseen (McGill University): “Edward Prime-Stevenson and Musical-Sexual Intertextuality”
- Lena Heng (McGill University): “Timbre in the Communication of Emotions among Performers and Listeners from Western Art Music and Chinese Music Cultures”
- Michael Iantorno (Concordia University) & Melissa Mony (McGill University): “GameSound: A Ludomusicological Database Prototype”
- Katelyn Richardson & André Martins de Oliveira (McGill University): “The KKPM Database: Revolutionizing Musical Instrument Training through Crowdsourced Data”
- Ajin Tom & Harish Venkatesan (McGill University): “Rebuilding a Digital Musical Instrument – The Sponge”