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Event Tony Faulkner: Disks-New Formats Bring Life to Optical Media
Event Howie Klein
Event Durand Begault : Measurement and Auralization of 'Moving' Late Reverberation
Durand Begault works at the NASA Ames Research Center, USA.
Event Derk Reefman: Theory of DSD & SACD and Recording with DSD
Event Kimio Hamasaki: Surround Sound Recording - Some Practical Techniques and Considerations
Kimio Hamasaki is a researcher at the NHK Science and Technical Research Laboratories, Japan.
Event Henkjan Honing: Rhythm and the Perception on Musical Time
Henkjan Honing is Co-Director of the Music, Mind and Machine group, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Event Fernando Iazzetta: Musica Practica: the role of technology in music experience
FERNANDO IAZZETTA teaches Electroacoustic Music at the Music Department of the University of São Paulo where he coordinates the Laboratório de Acústica Musical ...
Event Richard King: Stereo and Surround Microphone Techniques for Acoustic Music Recording
Richard King is Senior Recording Engineer, Sony Music, USA.
Event Simon Grondin: Five Short Stories About Time and Rhythm Perception
Simon Grondin is Professor at the Université Laval, Québec.
Event Howie Klein: The Impact of Corporatization of the Music Business
Event Takashi Matsushige: Sony research and development of reverberation systems
Event Stephen Peus: Benefits of a Digitally Interfaced Studio Microphone
Stephen Peus, Georg Neuamann GmbH, Berlin.
Event Mira T. Sundara Rajan: Technology Meets Art: "Moral Rights" and New Artistic Creation
Mira T. Sundara Rajan is Herschel Smith Fellow in Intellectual Property Law at the University of London, and Lecturer in Copyright Law.
Event Jens Blauert:
Jens Blauert is President of the German Acoustical Society, DEGA.
Event Danièle Dubois: Cognitive Auditory Categories Between Odors and Colors: A Psycholinguistic Approach
Danièle Dubois is a researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), University of Paris VI.
Event Jean-Claude Risset: Simulacra and Illusions: Understanding Perception is Important for Computer Music
Jean-Claude Risset is a composer and researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France.
Event Malcolm Slaney: (not so) Stupid Perception Tricks (with audio signal processing)
Malcolm Slaney is a researcher at IBM Almaden Research Center and Stanford CCRMA.
Event Christine Beckett: What Goes on in their Heads?
Christine Beckett is an assistant professor at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Event Alain de Cheveigné: Pitch Perception Models: a Historical Perspective and Some New Ideas
Alain de Cheveigné is a senior research scientist at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France.
Event Perry Cook: Speaking Machines
Perry Cook is a professor at Princeton University, USA.
Event Douglas Eck: Entropy and Autocorrelation: Using Simple Statistics to Find Tempo and Metrical Structure in Unfiltered Digital Audio
Doug Eck is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, University of Montreal. His work concerns the processing and learning of temporal ...
Event Roger Reynolds: Origins: Impetus, Themes...Images
Roger Reynolds is a composer and professor at the University of California, San Diego, USA. This lecture is sponsored by CIRMMT and McGill's Music Faculty ...
Event Godfried Toussaint: Computational Methods for the Analysis and Generation of Musical Rhythm Timelines
Godfried Toussaint is a professor in the School of Computer Science, McGill University, Montreal.
Event Bill Verplank: Haptics and Scanned Sythesis
Bill Verplank is an interaction designer, human-factors engineer and visiting scholar at Stanford University, USA.
Event Brecht De Man: We are the robots: Developing the automatic sound engineer
Event Miwa Fukino: Towards modelling the individual differences and changes in music preferences
Japanese researcher Miwa Fukino (University of Tokyo / Panasonic Corporation) will give a presentation in the Music Technology Conference room this Wednesday 8 ...
Event Richard Parncutt: The demise of number ratios in music theory: Pythagoras faces the final curtain
Event Philippe Esling: When art studies science through listening: From musical orchestration generation to biometric heartbeat identification
This seminar is sponsored by Research Axis 5 (Music perception and cognition).
Event José J. Lopez: The state of the art and recent developments in spatial sound
Prof. José J. Lopez present a talk on spatial audio developments.
Event David Dolan: Classical improvisation - context and impact on creativity in performance, communication, and expression. Are we waking up from the coma?
A Research Axis 3 (Cognition, perception, and movement) sponsored seminar. Free admission. No registration required.