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The Senator George J.Mitchell Institute
for Global Peace, Security and Justice

Tinderbox Theatre Company

Production Workshops | 15 May, 2018

Creating Audio Responses

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Eoin Bannon discusses the making of his podcast in response to the play.

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Roan Guiney explains how his sound response took some unexpected turns.

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Brian McCarley explains how his sound interpretation piece focused on a quickening pace and rhythm - inspired by militant marching and galloping horses.

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Caolan discusses the concept of 'setting against' and disassociation applied in her sound interpretation.

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Eoghan O’Connor shares his 'sonic response' methodology.

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Paul Campbell shares his audio package production

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Simon Porter's soundscape production.

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How the rallying speech, "I want to be King" morphs into John Thorp's incongruous sound monologue.

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Aaron Willoughby shares his sound production

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Ovalle Zanker presents his audio workshop production.

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