Neil Rose is a sound designer and academic who specialises in electroacoustic/acousmatic music, live performance, film, animation and design. He studied sonic arts at Middlesex University, and lectures in Film & Screen 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.
Specialising in sound, Neil also has a wealth of experience in post production, visual effects and film editing. His deep technical knowledge of the industry, from conception right the way through to the output of films, makes him a fantastic addition to the Film & Screen Arts courses.
Selected professional practice works:
2022: “On the tip of my tongue”
Ella Mills (Talking on corners) & Lorna Rose, composition and 19.1 sound design for film by artist Lauren Craig, consultation on production of glass ‘bells’ and metal tongue drums. Sound editing and composition for audio walks.Film and live performance 14th February 2023 @ Plymouth Immersive Dome, Market Hall, Devonport. Audio walk released Feb 2023
2019: “For me, for her, for you”
Sound record all material, sound design and composer - seven episode podcast, Collaboration with LOW PROFILE (Hannah Rose & Rachel Dobbs) commissioned by National Trust.
2018: “Mothers Bones”
Sound Design, Location Sound Record, Foley - Film, DIR: Abigail Reynolds. Screened at: Plymouth College of Art, Royal College of Art, Inland Festival, Kestle Barton, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, The Belgrade New Media Festival and as part of Groundwork inaugural events.
2017: “More than a Pony Show”
Live sound record in various locations around Plymouth, final mix and master, Film, DIR: Matt Stokes, Commissioned as part of We The People Are The Work. Installed as 5 channel video piece at MIRROR, Arts University Plymouth
2014: “The Hall”
Location sound record, final mix and master, Film, DIR: Melanie Manchot. Commissioned by The River Tamar Project (The Atlantic Project)
2012: “Sensing Obscurity I, II & III”
Location Sound record, Sound Design, Mix and Master - Film, DIR: Erika Tan Commissioned as part of Sinopticon.