Dr Alastair Disley is a researcher and academic in the field of sound and music. Alastair works in the University of Kent's School of Arts, in the Music and Audio department. He teaches and researches the nature of sound, how it is heard and perceived, and how it can be designed, synthesised and manipulated.
Outwith work, Alastair has a keen interest in architectural history, LEGO, and music-making.
- Alastair's Flickr stream
- David Bryce - the Edinburgh-based Victorian architect
- Craigends House - one of Bryce's lost houses
- Scotland's Lost Country Houses - an illustrated database
- pipe-organs.net - an introduction to the pipe organ complete with a virtual organ
- The Brickish Association - UK LEGO fans
- 20th Century Society - architectural campaigns and celebration
- The Architectural Historical Society of Scotland
- The British Institute of Organ Studies - of the musical variety, including the National Pipe Organ Register
- The Institute of Acoustics
- Sotherans - antiquarian books
- Lyon & Turnbull - Edinburgh auctioneers
- Bloomsbury - specialist book auctions