Panos Amelidis is a music technologist, sound practitioner, and researcher. He studied music and music informatics at the Ionian University of Corfu, Greece. He completed a master in electroacoustic music and interactive audio at the University of Manchester and a PhD in Music, Technology and Innovation at De Montfort University. His work and research focus on the role of recorded narrations in the way we create new artistic works and narratives. Special importance is placed on the synergy of soundscape recordings, verbal storytelling, oral history, technology and the opportunities provided by the electroacoustic studio.
He has contributed a co-authored chapter in the book “Expanding the Horizons of Electroacoustic Music Analysis’ (Cambridge, 2016). His research has been published in the Organised Sound International Journal of Music and Technology (2016). His work has been presented worldwide in radio stations, conferences and festivals.
Since 2016, he is a Lecturer in Music & Audio Technology at Bournemouth University.