Emil Kraugerud

Postdoctoral Fellow - Institutt for musikkvitenskap
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Academic interests

  • Record production
  • Popular music
  • Sound analysis
  • Music technology

Research

My research as postdoctoral fellow in the PLATFORM project concentrates on how the development of music production software affects music creation. I am particularly interested in the ways in which new opportunities for online collaboration in music production (from song sketch to release) changes the conditions for participation in music production, as well as the aesthetic implications of such processes. I investigate these topics through interviews with developers of new music production technology and music producers, as well as through interface studies of music production software.

Background

  • PhD in popular music studies, University of Oslo (2021)
  • MPhil in musicology, University of Oslo (2016)
  • BA in musicology, University of Oslo (2014)

Teaching fall 2022

Tags: Popular Music, Music Production, Music Technology, Music Analysis

Publications

  • Kraugerud, E. (2020). Come Closer: Acousmatic Intimacy in Popular Music Sound. PhD dissertation, University of Oslo.
  • Danielsen, A.; Kjus, Y. & Kraugerud, E. (2018). Gendered patterns in music mediation: a study of male and female performers at the Øya festival using multiple data sources. Poetics. ISSN 0304-422X.
  • Kraugerud, E. (2017). Meanings of Spatial Formation in Recorded Sound. Journal on the Art of Record Production, Proceedings of the 10th Art of Record Production Conference, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Nov. 6-8, 2015. http://www.arpjournal.com/asarpwp/meanings-of-spatial-formation-in-recorded-sound/

Discography

  • Dingus (2016). Dingus. Safe & Sound Recordings. (Album - Producer/Engineer/Mixer/Composer/Performer)

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  • Kraugerud, Emil (2022). Closeness beyond closeness: The technological facilitation of acousmatic hyperintimacy.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2021). Acousmatic intimacy in popular music sound.
  • Sørbø, Solveig; Solberg, Live Miranda & Kraugerud, Emil (2021). Louien Og Emil Kraugerud Om Musikk Og Nærhet. [Radio]. radiOrakel.
  • Backe Madsen, Lars & Kraugerud, Emil (2020). Holder Bøhler og Northug musikkfaglig mål? Vi har spurt ekspertene. [Newspaper]. Dagens Næringsliv.
  • Kraugerud, Emil & Dæhlen, Marte (2020). Hvorfor føles Stein Torleif Bjellas musikk så nær? [Internet]. forskning.no.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2020). Musikkens intimitet. ballade.no.
  • Devine, Kyle; Kraugerud, Emil; Jones, Ellis Nathaniel & Størvold, Tore (2019). First Things First.
  • Jones, Ellis Nathaniel; Kraugerud, Emil; Størvold, Tore & Devine, Kyle (2019). Dragging the Lake.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2019). The acousmatic intimacy of domestic spatialities.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2019). Intimitet i innspilt musikk.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2019). Producing intimacy: Siv Jakobsen's Nordic Mellow (2017).
  • Holbrook, Ulf A. S. & Kraugerud, Emil (2019). Distances and proximities in acousmatic spatiality .
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2019). Intimacy and extimacy in record production.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2019). Domestic intimate space in recorded music.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2018). Intimacy in popular music sound.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2018). Take Time.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2018). Hyperintimacy in St. Vincent's "Hang On Me".
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2018). Constructions of Intimacy in St. Vincent's "Hang On Me".
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2017). The role of stereo center placement in constructions of intimacy.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2015). Sound­box as tool in record production.
  • Kraugerud, Emil (2020). Come Closer: Acousmatic Intimacy in Popular Music Sound. 07 Gruppen. Full text in Research Archive
  • Kraugerud, Emil; Danielsen, Anne & Askerøi, Eirik (2016). Spaces of Sound: Meanings of Spatiality in Recorded Sound. Universitetet i Oslo.

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Published Aug. 14, 2017 11:04 AM - Last modified Aug. 1, 2022 2:42 PM