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Psychoacoustics and music: Intro refs?
A student of mine asked about the psychoacoustics of music, a topic on
which I know next to nothing. I saw a recent collection at the MIT Press
catalog edited by Perry Cook titled "Music, Cognition, and Computerized
Sound: An Introduction to Psychoacoustics". Is it as perfect a match as
Are there any other recommendations? For a more general introduction I
was planning to lend her my copies of Handel and of Moore's edited volume.
Any other/better ideas? Is there something more like a textbook or gentle
introduction to the concepts of psychoacoustics and their application to
music that fares well with students from nontechnical backgrounds?
Thank you in advance for your help.
Athanassios Protopapas, PhD Department of Educational Technology
Phone: +30 1 687 5409 Institute for Language and Speech Processing
Fax: +30 1 685 4270 Epidavrou & Artemidos 6, Marousi
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