Dr. Rupert Till is a Senior Lecturer in Music Technology at the University of Huddersfield. This page is focused on his research into the acoustics and sounds of Stonehenge.

He studied performing arts in Leicester, focusing on musical composition, tutored by minimalist Gavin Bryars abd Scratch Orchestra member Christopher Hobbs, before specialising in Music Technology at York University. He went on to take a PhD with Katharine Norman and George Nicholson at Sheffield University. He has been teaching in higher education for 15 years. Much of his current teaching focuses on the composition of popular music.

He founded electronica group Chillage People and the Abstract Film Orchestra, as well as chill out organisation Sundaze. He has a number of publications relating to Electronic Dance Music (EDM) and trance.

He is Principal Investigator for the Arts and Humanities Research Council / Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council funded Science and Heritage Programme research cluster, the Acoustics and Music of British Prehistory research Network.

You can contact him at

R.Till@hud.ac.uk

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