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Record producer awarded Honorary Degree by EECS

Record producer and musician Mr Martyn Ware was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science on Wednesday 18 July by Professor Mark Sandler, Head of EECS

12 August 2012

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Record producer and musician Mr Martyn Ware was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science on Wednesday 18 July by Professor Mark Sandler, Head of EECS

Record producer and musician Mr Martyn Ware was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science on Wednesday 18 July by Professor Mark Sandler, Head of Queen Mary’s School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. Martyn Ware worked in computing for three years after leaving school, before forming the electro-pop band The Human League in 1978. In 1980 he formed the production company and record label British Electric Foundation and, in the same year, founded the band Heaven 17.

Martyn is a Visiting Professor at QM’s Centre for Digital Music, lecturing extensively on music production, technology, creativity and artists’ rights. Among other achievements, he has produced and presented more than 20 Future of Sound concerts. He is the co-founder of Illustrious Co. Ltd, a hub for collaborative artistic and digital projects that exploits the creative and commercial possibilities of unique sound technology.

 

 

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