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Workshop: The art of music making and recording explained, informed and enriched by psychoacoustics, neuroaesthetics, and music perception research

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A workshop organized by Research Axis 1 (Instruments, devices and systems) and Research Axis 3 (Cognition, perception, and movement).

What
  • Research Workshop
When Nov 22, 2019
from 01:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where A832, Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, 527 Sherbrooke St. W.
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The art of music making and recording Workshop

 

Call for Presentations

Potential presenters are invited to submit their proposals on the registration page, including the following information:
  • author(s) name and affiliation;
  • title
  • short abstract (max. of 100 words)

Each presentation will be 10-15 min. in length, followed by a 10 min. discussion. The deadline for submission has been EXTENDED until Monday, November 11 at 12:00pm (noon). Authors will be notified of their participation status.

Registration

Registration is required. To register, please visit: Workshop: The art of music making and recording - Registration

Description

Following Susan Rogers’s distinguished lecture on November 21st, this workshop brings together researchers who study the creative process of music making and recording (including orchestration and sound design) from the perceptive of psychoacoustics and music psychology, and musicians who draw inspiration and conceptual tools from these fields to achieve an in-depth and informed understanding of their own creative process and technics. 

Our guest speaker, Susan Rogers, will offer practical tips for record producers and engineers from the perspective of psychoacoustics, neuroaesthetics, and music perception research. Popular music recordings will be analyzed in terms of performance gestures, recording/mix techniques and arrangement choices, to consider how the artistry of record making engages listeners. 

Schedule (TBA)

 
 



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