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Jimmy Eadie
Assistant Professor Part-Time, Electronic & Elect. Engineering

 

Biography

Jimmy Eadie is an Audio Engineer/Producer/Educator whose work covers recording, sound design and installation. His sound installation work has been presented in many Irish galleries and internationally (National Concert Hall Dublin, IMMA Ireland, Edinburgh Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Lincoln Centre, Barbican). He is a founding member of the Crash Ensemble and worked with them as their audio engineer and technical manager from 1997 to 2015, in 2015 he was made the ensemble's first Creative Partner. He has been nominated and won the Irish Times Theatre award for best sound in 2011 and 2016. He has trained extensively with international audio companies; Meyer (USA), L'Acoustic Audio (France) and Rational Acoustics (UK). Jimmy has collaborated with artists, composers and performers from varied backgrounds and genres, earning many music award nominations and much critical acclaim. He has worked with, PanPan Theatre, The Abbey Theatre, Dead Centre Theatre, RTÉ, the National Concert Hall and many other independent companies. He has toured worldwide with Irish acts as engineer/producer and sound designer.

Research Expertise

Description

Sound Design for fixed and non fixed media; Sound art and sonic Installation; Audio engineering/production; Architectural and studio acoustics; Headphone and speaker construction; The sound world of Dramatist Samuel Beckett; Pedagogical approaches to engineering;

Keywords

Communication engineering, technology; Communication Sciences; Computer Arts; Creative Arts; Culture; Information technology in education; Installation Art; Media Arts; Mixed-Media Art; Music; Musical Recording/Distribution; Musicology/Music Theory; Networks and telecommunications research; New Music; Orchestral Music; Radio; Restoration and Preservation; Visual Arts; Wireless systems, Radio technology

Recognition

Awards and Honours

Best in Sound Irish Times Theatre Awards 2011

Best in Sound Irish Times Theatre Awards 2016

Trinity Creative Challenge 2016

Best Overall Production Edinburgh Festival 2013

The Visual & Performing Arts Fund Trinity College 2016

The Visual & Performing Arts Fund TCD 2015

Arts Council of Ireland Bursary 2015

Memberships

Audio Engineering Society 2000

The Teaching Council of Ireland 2016

Irish Music Rights Organisation 1990

The Spatial Music Collective 2014