John Ward

Deputy Head of the Department of Computing & Technology

Faculty:Faculty of Science & Technology

Department:Computing and Technology

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Computing and technology

John is Deputy Head of Department and is the Course Leader for our BSc (Hons) Audio Music Technology degree.

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john.ward@anglia.ac.uk

Background

John is member of the Audio Engineering Society and the Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production. He has worked in the recording industry and often organises masterclasses with experienced producers and engineers, such as Tony Platt.

Research interests

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John is a member of our Sound And Game Engineering Research Group.

Find out more about our Computer Science PhD or our Sound Engineering PhD.

Teaching

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BSc (Hons) Audio and Music Technology

Qualifications

  • Member, the Audio Engineering Society
  • Member, the Association for the Study of the Art of Record Production

Research grants, consultancy, knowledge exchange

Awards

Winner, Toryumon 'Found' Competition (2003): Best Composed/Produced/Mixed Tune , Show Girl by Eggboy Feat. Angie Brown.

Number 1 (2000). Funky Breaks, singles chart, mp3.com.

Selected recent publications

Ward, J., 2012. Marketing and Self Promotion for Freelance Sound Engineers and Producers. Networks. Cambridge and Chelmsford: Anglia Ruskin University.

Eggboy, 2010. Show Girl (Jeez mix), single. iTunes (Worldwide), Amazon, Napster, Jango.

Eggboy, 2010. Moon and Peter, single. iTunes (Worldwide), Amazon, Napster, Jango.

Eggboy, 2010. The Ballad of Drax Valenti, album. iTunes (Worldwide), Amazon, Napster, Jango.

Eggboy, 2009. Music, album. iTunes (Worldwide), Amazon, Napster, Jango.

Eggboy, 2008. Southerly Funk, single. iTunes (Worldwide), Amazon, Napster, Jango.

Eggboy, 2008. Mincer, single. iTunes (worldwide), Amazon , Napster, Jango.

Eggboy, 2006. Earfood, EP. myspace.com.

Recent presentations and conferences

Marketing Techniques for Freelance Sound Engineers and Producers. INSPIRE conference, July 2011, Anglia Ruskin University.

Loss of Our Musical Heritage - The Rise of the Digital Remaster. ASARP conference, November 2010.