Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Colloquium: Johannes Goebel - The Politics and Mechanics of Archiving - Moving Parts, the Cloud, Magnetic Fields and Stone
Abstract: Most everyone in our society has an ever-increasing amount of digitally encoded documents and data, be they a private person or an institution.
Prof. Takako Fujioka on Neural correlates for prediction of musical structures and learning-related functional plasticity
What can EEG (and MEG) tell us about how we perceive polyphony, syntax, and longer-scale relationships? How does our perception of time develop as we listen to a musical piece? I think this work is important because we know precious little about how we music perception works, at the neural level. EEG and MEG give us tools to help us understand how we represent music internally, and how our perception develops over time. I’m very happy to announce that Prof. Takako Fujioka will be at the Hearing Seminar to update us with her latest work.
Who: Prof. Takako Fujioka (Stanford CCRMA)
Julius Smith: Physical/Spectral Audio Signal Processing (MUS 420/421) and Related Research
This talk summarizes JOS CCRMA courses devoted to signal processing for (1) real-time virtual musical instruments and audio effects, and (2) spectrum analysis and processing, both in real time and off line. Sound examples will be played and live demonstrations performed.
Neural correlates for prediction of musical structures and learning-related functional plasticity in expert, development, and stroke recovery
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Article about CCRMA and Andrew Nelson's book featured recently on MetroNews:
Stanford and the Computer Music Revolution
Interesting article about our own John Chowining on pricenomics.com. Enjoy!
Congratulations to Holly on her cover of this month's Wire! "Holly Herndon - the US sound artist and laptop auteur spreads the faith of the liberating potential of technology."
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Job Title: Audio Visual Engineer