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Participants needed for live in-concert experiment using the CARS (CIRMMT Audience Response System)

November 9th, 2010, Tanna Schulich Hall. Solo flute recital by James Zhang (works by Bach, Debussy, Varèse) with a live in-concert experiment using the CARS.

Participants will be compensated $10 upon completion. The experiment will take about 1.5 hours, and involves listening to several pieces performed live, while rating their emotional effects on you as a listener.  Additionally, various psychophysiological indicators of emotion will be measured using biosensors. The performer and audience will be recorded with audio and video recording equipment.

More details and the participation form can be found here:

Live in-concert experiment using the CIRMMT Audience Response System