Professor Karin Kukkonen from ILOS University of Oslo will give a seminar lecture on "The Multiple Speeds of Literary Narrative".
Muscle music, artificial intelligence, and a human subwoofer? In our utopian edition of MusicLab you will experience truly experimental music.
George Sioros, Postdoctoral Fellow at RITMO, will present his talk: "The relation between groove and syncopation is intricate – not any pattern will do".
RITMO is organizing an international EEG workshop at UC Berkeley in collaboration with the Knight laboratory at Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute and Department of Psychology.
Absorption is a mental feature characterizing our ability to be present to ourselves, to others and to the world around us. Its precise nature, however, is under-explored. On the one hand, it has properties of effortful concentration and on the other hand, effortless flow.
This international workshop will bring together music scholars, philosophers, and psychopathologists to better understand this human feature.
TIME-Seminar with Werner Goebl (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna) on performance experiments and quantitative methods for the analysis of sound and motion capture data.
In this RITMO Seminar Series Associate Professor Werner Goebl (University of Music and Perforing Arts, Vienna) will give a seminar lecture on "Understanding shaped time in music".
Liz Dobson (University of Huddersfield) will lecture on "Interaction, Agency and The Role of Talk in Music Technology Education".
Simon Høffding, Andreas Roepstorff and Sebastian Wallot will have a talk on "Cardio-phenomenology of shared musical absorption: preliminary results"
A Study Day for postgraduates is organised by IMV's Nordic Music Research, Nordic Sounds.
Over this session, we discuss the problems of the copyright of Music. As our colleague Alan Hui explains, digital platforms and digital production software create new challenges and opportunities for making and faking content, shaping and sharing experiences, and reproducing and regulating culture. What role should copyright law play in this digital, mediated and connected world (or is copyright now fundamentally incompatible or irrelevant)?.
Fred Bruford, student at Queen Mary University of London, will give a talk on 'Modelling Microtiming in Expressive Drum Patterns'.
Bendik Hofseth, one of Norway's leading jazz musicians and teachers, will be guest lecture on the course MUS4661 (Nordic Music History, Genres, and Identities). The title of his lecture is: Nordic Jazz: Interplay as Methodology. All welcome!
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Francesca Cesari, Chief Biological Sciences Editor at Nature, will give a seminar lecture on "Science publishing - behind the scenes at Nature"
Vi inviterer til workshop i grunnleggende innføring i Max/MSP og Max for Live.
Composer-researcher Natasha Barrett talks about "Composing Tangible Sounds in Space".
Velkommen til fagdag 2019 på IMV!
RITMO-researchers Bruno Laeng, Anne Danielsen and Alexander Refsum Jensenius will lecture about Music, Psychology and the Brain at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Professor Robert T. Knight will give an open lecture as part of the conference RITMO Largo.
In collaboration with Forum for Consciousness Research.
Get to know all the exciting research being carried out by RITMO's PhDs and Postdoc.s.
RITMO has been fully operational for one year, and we are eager to show and tell about what we have been doing so far. Welcome to RITMO Largo, our annual conference!
Find out how a sound artist attempts to grab ghosts from significant spaces
During this session, we can discuss the problems, experiences and techniques of the miscellaneous ways we listen to/hear music and sound: all the intimacies and relationships that occur between the parties of the listener/sound/emitter musical triangle.