~ International School on Systematic Musicology and Sound and Music Computing (ISSSM) 2014, Genova» By Joren on Friday 21 March 2014
From 9 to 20 March 2014 I was a student at the International School on Systematic Musicology and Sound and Music Computing. The aim of the course was to:
Give students an intensive course in the most advanced and current topics in the research fields of systematic musicology and sound and music computing. Give students the opportunity to discuss their research proposals/project with an international staff of teachers representing a variety of expertise in different domains of systematic musicology and sound and music computing. Teach students the most recent knowledge and basic skills needed to start a PhD. Give students the opportunity to join the research communities on systematic musicology, on sound and music computing.
Next to the lectures, the informal meetings with the professors was very interesting. I got to add some things to my ‘to read’ list:
- Rolf Bader, Calculation of Helmholtz frequency of a Renaissance vihuela string instrument with five tone hole
- Schneider, A. & Frieler, K. (2009) Perception of harmonic and inharmonic sounds: Results from
ear models. In S. Ystad, R. Kronland-Martinet & K. Jensen (Eds.), Computer music modeling and retrieval. Genesis of meaning in sound and music (pp. 18–44). Berlin: Springer.
- Rolf Bader, Sound – Perception – Performance