Neil Rose is a sonic artist and academic who specialises in electroacoustic/acousmatic music, live performance, film, animation and design. He studied sonic arts at Middlesex University, and lectures in sonic arts here at the university.
Neil undertakes frequent collaborations with film and performance/live artists as well as being a successful recording artist, publishing on One C, Café Concrete and Prima Rosa records, and has had work internationally distributed and reviewed by The Wire magazine.
Sound recording, editing for Melanie Manchot’s film ‘The Hall’
Sound recording, editing and composition for Erika Tan’s film ‘Sensing Obscurity’
Sound recording, editing and composition for Abigail Reynolds film work ‘Double Brass’
Production of digital audio system for install in Bath ICIA for Low Profile ‘Impromptu’
Design of performance interface for Mark Leahy ‘The Answering Machine’
Sound editing and composing for Tom Marshman on LGBT projects delivered around the country (ongoing) ‘Move Over Darling’