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Structure and Perception of Electroacoustic Sound and Music

Proceedings (International Congress Series, N0 846)

by Soren Nielzen

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Published by Excerpta Medica .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsOlle Olsson (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7531988M
ISBN 100444811052
ISBN 109780444811059

  Electroacoustic Studies, Department of Music, Concordia University at Concordia immerses students in the world of sound perception, creation and capture. Department of Music, Concordia. Electroacoustic music is a very particular genre, typically involving a high amount of electronic or computational technology, the main characteristic of which is the incorporation of non-musical sound (sounds whose primary intention is clearly not music) into the musical discourse. These sounds are usually highly transformed or distorted compared to how they occur in nature or .

The College Music Society promotes music teaching and learning, musical creativity and expression, research and dialogue, and diversity and interdisciplinary interaction. A consortium of college, conservatory, university, and independent musicians and scholars interested in all disciplines of music, the Society provides leadership and serves as an agent of change by . Music, Sound and Sensation: A Modern Exposition (Dover Books on Physics) (English Edition) eBook: Fritz Winckel: : Kindle Store5/5(2).

  Krumhansl, C. L. (). Why is musical timbre so hard to understand? In S. Nielzén & O. Olsson (Eds.), Structure and perception of electroacoustic sound and music (Vol. , pp. 43–53). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Excerpta Medica. Google ScholarAuthor: Kai Siedenburg. 'The Language of Electroacoustic Music represents a unique entry to the field of electroacoustic music literature. To my knowledge it is the first book to devote itself solely to aesthetic questions in this area, and in doing so it represents some of the most advanced and stimulating thinking in the field today.' - Ronald PereraBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.


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Get this from a library. Structure and perception of electroacoustic sound and music: proceedings of the Marcus Wallenberg Symposium held in Lund, Sweden, on August [Sören Nielzén; Olle Olsson;]. He surveys extensively the German and English literature in the field, organizing his information into chapters on stationary sound, the onset behavior of sound, the concept of space, the concept of time, the evaluation of sound through the hearing mechanism, unclarity in musical structures, simultaneously sounding tones, electroacoustic sound Cited by: Find many great new & used Structure and Perception of Electroacoustic Sound and Music book and get the best deals for STRUCTURE AND PERCEPTION OF ELECTROACOUSTIC SOUND AND By Soren Nielzen EXCELLENT at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. 'The Language of Electroacoustic Music represents a unique entry to the field of electroacoustic music literature. To my knowledge it is the first book to devote itself solely to aesthetic questions in this area, and in doing so it represents some of the most advanced and stimulating thinking in the field today.' - Ronald Perera5/5(2).

Narrative structure and pitch specificity are now rarely considered in electroacoustic music. To claim that pitch specificity is important is to risk being labeled a reactionary or, worse yet, conventional.

An even more profound change has taken place in our discourse regarding time. There is the strong suggestion that it is quaint to think of music as a.

Music, Sound and Sensation A Modern Exposition (eBook): Winckel, Fritz: Related closely to the field of physical acoustics is that of psychoacoustics, which deals with the phenomena of musical hearing from a psychological and aesthetic point of view. One of the major contributors to our understanding of the subject is Fritz Winckel.

When this book first appeared in German in. Structure and Perception of Electroacoustic Sound and Music: Proc. of the Marcus Wallenberg Symp., Lund, Amsterdam/New York: Excerpta Medica, pp.

21–8. On Impacts intér-ieurs Jan This excellent text offers thorough, nontechnical coverage of psychoacoustics: loudness, dissolution power of the ear, influence of hall properties, function of time variation, sound spectrum, musical space, electroacoustic sound structure, and other key topics.

New translation of the German edition by Thomas Binkley. figures. this study investigates the relationship between acoustic patterns in contemporary electroacoustic compositions, and listeners' real-time perceptions of their structure and affective content.

Thirty-two participants varying in musical expertise (nonmusicians, classical musicians, expert computer musicians) continuously rated the affect (arousal and valence) and structure (change in sound).

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Get this from a library. Music, sound and sensation a modern exposition. [Fritz Winckel] -- Related closely to the field of physical acoustics is that of psychoacoustics, which deals with the phenomena of musical hearing from a psychological and aesthetic point of view.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. This book should prove equally useful to acousticians, sound engineers, and others working in this area of applied physics and to composers, performers, and musicologists concerned with the technical aspects of music.

Psychologists working in the field of sense perception will also find much of value here. Music, Sound and Sensation. printed pages. electroacoustic sound structure, and the effect of music on the book should prove equally useful to acousticians, sound engineers, and others working in this area of applied physics and to composers, performers, and musicologists concerned with the technical aspects of music.

Author: Fritz Winckel. Out of this research grew a radical new music theory of sound-based composition. This article will draw on this extensive research to explore the spaces where this music is heard and present the claim that the space in which music is experienced is as much a.

Electroacoustic music is based on manipulation of acoustically-played ("unplugged") music with Experimental Electronic ("plugged") techniques such as loops, feedback, layering, delay, static/noise, backwards sampling, etc.

It also tends to include synthetic sounds and is closely related to Tape Music, Musique concrète, acousmatic music, and elektronische musik (these. The transformation of acoustics into electro-acoustics, a field at the intersection of science and technology, guided by electrical engineering, industry, and the military.

At the end of the nineteenth century, acoustics was a science of musical sounds; the musically trained ear was the ultimate reference. Just a few decades into the twentieth century, acoustics had undergone a.

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1. Structural Issues in Current Electroacoustic Music. The first subject about which I’d like to share my thoughts with you is the issue of structure in current electroacoustic music. I serve on the board of The Association for the Promotion of New Music (APNM). Music, Sound and Sensation book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Related closely to the field of physical acoustics is that of p 4/5. I haven't had my hands on Giri's "Electronic Music and Sound Design", but it seems promising.

Curtis Road's Mircrosound is excellent, although from a particular aesthetic. Honestly, I've never read a good general book on "composition", I get it sidewise through theory and analysis of other composers. Robert Rowe's books have inspired me.Electroacoustic music is a genre of Western art music [citation needed] in which composers use technology to manipulate the timbres of acoustic sounds, sometimes by using audio signal processing, such as reverb or harmonizing, on acoustical instruments.() It originated around the middle of the 20th century, following the incorporation of electric sound production into .