Music, Mind, Machine Research Centre ‘Open-House’

“Inspiring methods in empirical research”

1-3pm, 26th November 2013
Music Department, Jessop Building

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Want to find out more about empirical methods for understanding music? Ever wondered what music researchers are doing, and how they’re doing it?

Come to the Music Mind Machine ‘Open House’, when some of our PhD students will be demonstrating techniques and equipment they use in their research, and that you might want to use too. The event is intended for Year 1 and postgraduate music students, but is open to anyone with an interest.

The program starts with a plenary session on Empirical Methods in Musicology followed by demonstrations of research using various data collection methods. The afternoon ends with group discussions and refreshments.

Location: The event starts and ends in Ensemble Room 1, with drop-in to other rooms between - all in the Department of Music, Jessop Building, University of Sheffield, 34 Leavygreave Road.

Contact and Info: Prof. Nicola Dibben, n.j.dibben@sheffield.ac.uk