Posted on Wednesday 16 October 2019
Describing the neural processes that mediate human vocalizations is fundamental to a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms and can tell us how our brain changes with experience.
Posted on Friday 11 October 2019
Auditory imagery underlies many musical tasks, including good pitch imitation, and can be measured by self-report and in objective tasks.
Posted on Wednesday 9 October 2019
Explaining the Audio Repertoires of the German normal population and their change during the advent of music streaming services.
Posted on Tuesday 10 September 2019
We are very excited to host the International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology (SysMus) at the Department of Music at the University of York from 15- 17 September 2020 in York, England.
Posted on Thursday 18 July 2019
Members from the Experimental Concert Research (ECR) team attended the Audience Research in the Arts conference, organised by the Sheffield Performer & Audience Research Centre (SPARC).
Posted on Monday 20 May 2019
Last week I had the pleasure to participate and present at the 4th International Congress on Treatment of Dystonia.
Posted on Tuesday 14 May 2019
Hearing is passive, listening takes skill. To celebrate the opening of our Luxury Audio Studio at the Harman Experience Store Munich, seven experts discussed the Art of Listening.
Posted on Thursday 21 March 2019
The Journal of Music, Technology and Education recently published a special edition on distributed network performance and telematic music, focusing on the generic lioresal. Online Orchestra, an Arts & Humanities Research Council-funded project that run between October 2014 to March 2016.
Posted on Monday 4 February 2019
Research Seminar by Professor John Sloboda, OBE, FBA, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London
Posted on Friday 11 January 2019
Anna Detari wins The University of York's PhD Spotlight competition
Posted on Wednesday 28 November 2018
The Music, Science and Technology Research Cluster (mstrc) at the at the Department of Music, University of York, invites applications for PhD research.
Posted on Wednesday 21 November 2018
Comparing audience experience across art forms and cities, working with partner organisations in Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and London.
Posted on Wednesday 17 October 2018
This talk considered noise as a category of sound responses; including definitions used by acousticians and engineers, and in the context of music. It also discussed the use of alternative metrics - particularly the emerging field of multimodal biophysiological response - to suggest how these tools might be adapted to musical metering and control signals in creative music contexts.
Posted on Thursday 21 June 2018
YMPG were thrilled to welcome Jonna to the York Music Psychology Group and the University of York recently to deliver a research seminar 'Moved by music: The role of empathy in music-induced emotions'
Posted on Monday 23 April 2018
Dr Federico Reuben was joined by Rachel Musson (sax) and Mark Sanders(drums) for a live coding improvisation concert on the 5th of May during the York Spring Festival.
Posted on Thursday 15 February 2018
Written by YMPG member Diana Kayser
Posted on Monday 21 August 2017
Dr. Hauke Egermann and members of the YMPG ran two sessions in which participants responses to four musical excerpts were measured using the Music Departments audience response system. The research, commissioned by Danish technology company Bang and Olufsen, took place in the University of York Music Department on the 14th of August.
Posted on Friday 4 August 2017
Please read our conference report, written by Katherine O'Neill; European Society for the Cognition of Music conference 31 July 20 17 - 4th August 2017, University of Ghent,
Posted on Monday 28 November 2016
The launch of the University of York Music Science and Technology Research Cluster took place on Friday the 25th of November 2016 in the Rymer Auditorium at the Department of Music at the University of York. The 50 odd guests were treated to an evening of introductory talks about the cluster and current topics within each group.
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