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The Stanley Glasser Electronic Music Studios were established in 1968 by composer, instrument maker and musicologist Hugh Davies and comprise a suite of working areas for undergraduate & postgraduate students wishing to explore the creative potential of studio equipment & audio software in relation to composition, live electronics, interactive performance, sound-art, acoustic ecology and sonic research.

The EMS supports the Contingent Events concert series, the Unit for Sound Practice Research (SPR), and the EAVI concert series.

Latest news from the EMS

Sound Practice Research blog

The Stanley Glasser Electronic Music Studios were established in 1968 by composer, instrument maker and musicologist Hugh Davies and comprise a suite of working areas for undergraduate & postgraduate students wishing to explore the creative potential of studio equipment & audio software in relation to composition, live electronics, interactive performance, sound-art, acoustic ecology and sonic research.

The EMS supports the Contingent Events concert series, the Unit for Sound Practice Research (SPR), and the EAVI concert series.

Latest news from the EMS

Sound Practice Research blog

Welcome to the Electronic Music Studios

Latest news from the EMS

Sound Practice Research blog

The Stanley Glasser Electronic Music Studios were established in 1968 by composer, instrument maker and musicologist Hugh Davies and comprise a suite of working areas for undergraduate & postgraduate students wishing to explore the creative potential of studio equipment & audio software in relation to composition, live electronics, interactive performance, sound-art, acoustic ecology and sonic research.

The EMS supports the Contingent Events concert series, the Unit for Sound Practice Research (SPR), and the EAVI concert series.

Forthcoming events

For details of current and forthcoming events please see the SPR (Sound Practice Research) blog

For currently enrolled Music students, details of our opening times can be found here on the Electronic Music Studios VLE page

Latest news

For details of current and forthcoming events please see the SPR (Sound Practice Research) blog

For currently enrolled Music students, details of our opening times can be found here on the Electronic Music Studios VLE page

Latest news

For details of current and forthcoming events please see the SPR (Sound Practice Research) blog

For currently enrolled Music students, details of our opening times can be found here on the Electronic Music Studios VLE page



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