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The 1st MIRAGE Symposium took place on 8-9 June, 2021, but continues online: all videos are available and the discussion can continue on Slack.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Jo Thori Lind, professor of economics at the University of Oslo, about a topic we should all care about: Publication quantity (and, by extension, quality).
Having users in mind when designing a product is essential. Products are, after all, for users to use. Design thinking is a way to design for users. The workshop is free, for those who identifies as girls/women and will be held on Zoom.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Henrik Herrebrøden, PhD Fellow at RITMO, on the effect of auditory distractions on motor performance.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Balandino Di Donato (University of Leicester) on Human-Sound Interaction.
In this workshop, you will learn to create a simple musical instrument that can be accessed from a web browser. The workshop is free, for those who identifies as girls/women and will be held on Zoom.
Welcome to a digital midway assessment for Doctoral Research Fellow Bjørnar Sandvik
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Ulf Holbrook (RITMO) on objects and structures.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Paul Remache (Universidad de Málaga) on Haptic Stimuli.
In this Food & Paper, Merve Akca (RITMO) will report from the article “No Evidence for an Auditory Attentional Blink for Voices Regardless of Musical Expertise”, published in Frontiers in Psychology in January 2020. Aside from the methodology and the findings of the article, she will be linking these to topics of discussion, drawing from evolutionary psychology to cognitive neuroscience of voice recognition.
This workshop gives an introduction to video analysis in the context of motion tracking and motion analysis. Is it a reliable technique for analysing movement? What are its limitations and what are some areas this technique is worth using in? What are motion images, motion history images and motiongrams? The workshop will be held on Zoom.
We would like to welcome you to this Research Seminar with Elodie A. Roy titled: Infra-phonography: Towards a pre-history of home-recording practices.
This 6th edition of MusicLab focuses on musical interactions between humans and machines, featuring prominent musicians from Norway’s improvisation scene. Christian Winther (guitar) and Dag Erik Knedal Andersen (drums) will play with an artificial intelligence-enabled interactive music system, CAVI, developed by Çağrı Erdem.
A day filled with presentations of activities in the NordicSMC network.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Dongho Daniel Kwak (RITMO) on music for cells.
WoNoMute is back with the free workshops for women and girls! In this workshop we will talk about recording your own vocals at home and we’ll look at different opportunities in regards of DAWs (digital audio workstations), set-ups and microphones. The workshop will be held on Zoom.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Laura Bishop (RITMO) on Music Therapy Partner-Play Improvisations.
WoNoMute is back with the free workshops for women and girls! In this workshop, we will use the free version of Tracktion’s Waveform and produce a track using sounds from everyday life (sounds from flipping the pages of a book, mouse click, clinking glass etc). The final project and the samples will be provided. The workshop will be held on Zoom.
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Qichao Lan (RITMO) on making music in web browsers with Glicol.
Join us for a hands-on session with tips and tricks for your online presence.
The title of the talk is: From Lor Girl to May Lady: Music, Sound and Constructions of Womanhood in Iranian Cinema
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Dana Swarbrick (RITMO) and Kelsey E. Onderdijk (Ghent University) on Livestream Experiments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Master Emil Kraugerud at the Department of musicology will defend his dissertation Come Closer: Acousmatic Intimacy in Popular Music Sound for the degree of philosophiae doctor (PhD).
This week's Food & Paper will be given by Cagri Erdem from RITMO on performing music with machines.