This project consists of an analysis and investigation of intellectual montage, a film editing technique which was conceptualized as part of the Soviet Montage Theory, as well as its relation to suggestion within cinema. The project will examine elements of the Soviet Montage Movement, including key figure Sergei Eisenstein and his various methods of montage, with specific attention towards the method of intellectual montage.
An analysis of intellectual montage and its relationship to suggestion in cinema
Garage Music: An Overview and Analysis Within a Composition Portfolio
This project seeks to research and analyse garage music’s history, background, culture, prominent artists and techniques. This knowledge will then be applied to the creation of a composition portfolio with three tracks that will be 2-3 minutes in length and will be self- produced, written, performed and engineered in this style of music.
KDENLIVE - Open Source Video Editor
KDE , it is an international community project which involves thousands of people working to deliver a free Software Computing experience. Individuals from anywhere around the globe can be part of this international effort.
This project involves:
Improvement on online documentation for opensource 'KDENLIVE' video post-production software.
To gain a deeper understanding of the video post-production workflow using various open-source video software.
This project explores multi-channel spatialisation techniques and the resynthesis of acoustic instrumental recordings. These spatialisation and resynthesis techniques are applied in a multi-channel electroacoustic composition using recordings of Irish traditional instruments as a basis. This composition is designed for presentation in a high-density loudspeaker array (HDLA) such as the ‘Spatialisation and Auditory Display Environment (SpADE) that we currently have on campus at the University of Limerick.
Exploring Feedback: artistic and philosophical considerations of feedback as an artistic tool
This project explores the question, how can feedback be used in creating technological systems that display traits stemming from philosophical themes outlined?
Experimental Film - Students' Work Showreel
CS4040 Advanced Digital Video, lead by Dr. Robin Parmar, is a third-year module in the Music, Media & Performance Technology BSc., offered at the University of Limerick. For this project, students created an experimental film to accompany music. They used both their own clips and found footage.
Visual Coding - Students' work showreel
CS4049 Visual Coding, lead by Dr. Robin Parmar, is a fourth-year module in Music, Media & Performance Technology BSc., offered at the University of Limerick. For this project, students used the Processing development environment to create animations using algorithmic methods.
Animation Techniques - Students' work showreel
CS4040 Advanced Digital Video, lead by Dr. Robin Parmar, is a third-year module in the Music, Media & Performance Technology BSc., offered at the University of Limerick. For this project, students created an animated film using a technique of their choosing.
Subjectification of private data
Adam Deegan (MMPT) creates this wonderful motion graphics from data gathered on his own interaction with social media over 12 hours. The data and his emotional response to it drives the graphics. Music also composed by Adam Deegan
Super Mario Remix
The Super Mario Remix is one of the assignments that MMPT students engage with in the module CS4232 - Music and Computers - lead by Dr. Giuseppe Torre and assisted by Laura O'Loughlin..
This page contains either full remixes by students or mix of all remixes produced by a class