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Re: In search of Basic Pedagogical Audio Material
Further to this I'm interested to know about the availability of 'Ear and
Brain: How We Make Sense of Sounds'.
Dr John Young
Reader in Music Technology
Music, Technology and Innovation
De Montfort University
Leicester LE1 9BH
Tel: +44 (0116) 207-8220
Fax: +44 (0116) 257-7199
> From: Diana Deutsch
> Reply To: Diana Deutsch
> Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 19:15 PM
> To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: In search of Basic Pedagogical Audio Material
> Dear Olivier,
> I have two CDs out which illustrate various
> principles of perceptual organization for sound
> and music. These are entitled 'Musical Illusions
> and Paradoxes' and 'Phantom Words, and Other
> Curiosities'. I routinely play demonstrations
> from these CDs in large introductory classes, and
> they are very well received by the students. The
> CDs are available through
> http://www.philomel.com. Some of the the sound
> demonstrations are also posted on this website,
> and some others are posted on
> Please let me know if you'd like any further information.
> Best regards,
> Diana Deutsch
> Professor Diana Deutsch
> Department of Psychology
> University of California, San Diego
> 9500 Gilman Dr. #0109
> La Jolla, CA 92093-0109, USA
> 858-453-1558 (tel)
> 858-453-4763 (fax)
> >Dear all,
> >Within a very short (2 days) course on Sound
> >Synthesis, I would like to introduce the very
> >basics of psycoacoustics.... in something like 1
> >hour, or less !
> >I already have the sufficient scientific background & material.
> >Unfortunately I have no exemplary sound.
> >Would anyone have a WWW pointer, or a CD
> >reference, that would help me finding such basic
> >exemplary sounds ?
> >I would be particularly interested in sound examples on :
> >- perception of Timbre (3D timbre space,
> >suppression of attacks or of spectral enveloppe
> >evolution, emergence of several instruments by
> >applying vibrato...)
> >- sound localization, room and space perception
> >- perception of pitch (of sine sounds, to begin)
> >- eventually auditory illusions
> >Note that I don't plan on offering a deep
> >introduction to psychouacoustics at all.
> >Basically, the simple message I would like to
> >transmit to learners is that audio perception is
> >something complex, sometimes astonishing.
> >I did not find such www pointers in the list archive, nor on google.
> >I consider generally that asking for pedagogical material is not very
> >I allow myself to do so in that case because the
> >core topic of my course is not psychoacoustics,
> >and because I am only looking for the basics.
> >Hope you'll understand !
> >I thank you all in advance,
> >all the best,
> >Olivier Tache
> >Olivier Tache
> >Associate Researcher - Doctorate Applicant
> >Laboratoire Informatique et Création Artistique
> >INPG, 46, av. Félix Viallet
> >38031 Grenoble Cedex, France
> >Tel. +33 (0) 476574660
> >Fax +33 (0) 476574889