What Can Sound Analysis Technology Do For You?

Digital sound analysis provides a way to examine sound visually and to manipulate its various elements. Anyone working with music will find something of interest in computer-aided sound analysis. Professor Fales will present a variety of projects that have been completed using digital sound analysis, addressing questions important to historical musicologists, ethnomusicologists, theorists, and composers.

Wednesday, October 8, 1997, 3:30 pm, UCI, Music 196

Admission: Free

Cornelia Fales is a visiting professor of Music Technology in the Music Department at UCI. She received her Ph.D. in 1993 from Indiana University, with a specialty in music of Central/East Africa. She spent two years at l'Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique-Musique (IRCAM) in Paris doing postdoctoral research in timbre perception. She returned to Bloomington to direct the Sound and Video Analysis Lab and to teach workshops and courses in ethnomusicology and in music perception and analysis. Dr. Fales is in residence at UCI during the entire 1997-98 academic year, teaching courses in music technology and ethnomusicology.

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