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

Ubu the King

Production Workshops | 15 May, 2018

Creating Audio Responses

Eoin Bannon

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

Roan Guiney

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

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Brian McCarley

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

Caolan McCauley

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

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Eoghan O’Connor

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

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Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell shares his audio package production

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Simon Porter

Simon Porter's soundscape production.

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John Thorp

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

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Aaron Willoughby

Aaron Willoughby shares his sound production

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Ovalle Zanker

Ovalle Zanker presents his audio workshop production.

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