Interview in French with lead author Etienne Thoret on paper published in Nature Human Behaviour by Thoret, Caramiaux, Depalle & McAdams: D'où vient le timbre si singulier et subtil des instruments de musique?
Keynote address by Stephen McAdams: A framework for modeling perceptual effects of auditory scene analysis in orchestral scores.
Timbre 2018: Timbre is a many-splendored thing
Keynote addresses by Stephen McAdams, Emily Dolan, Vinoo Alluri, and Cornelia Fales available here.
Berlin Interdisciplinary Workshop on Timbre
Tim Falconer's book Bad Singer
Research Alive @ Schulich
Lecture-concert series co-curated by Stephen McAdams and Kit Soden.
See the Research Alive YouTube playlist on the Schulich School of Music's YouTube channel.
Special round table with members of the ACTOR Composer-performer Orchestration Research Ensemble (CORE) project (2022).
Music (partially) transcends cultures
Our article in Frontiers in Psychology with Hauke Egermann, Lorraine Chuen and Nathalie Fernando at UdeM has created quite a media storm with 66 news articles in 15 countries and 5 radio interviews in Canada and Germany.
• CBC - Cinq à Six with Jeanette Kelly
• CBC - Homerun with Sue Smith
• Scientific American - Podcast with Andrea Alfano
• The Globe & Mail (Canada)
• The Independent (UK)
• The Toronto Star (Canada)
• Daily Mail (UK)
• Süddeutsche Zeitung (Germany)
Milestones in Music Cognition (BKN25)
Videos available of the presentations in honour of the 25th anniversary of books by Albert S. Bregman, Carol Lynne Krumhansl and Eugene Narmour, July 2014.