|On April 21st, 2018, Dr. Schutz gave a presentation at the New England Sequence and Timing (NEST) Conference at the University of Connecticut. NEST is a rhythm conference hosted by Edward Large and the Music Dynamics Lab. The title of the talk is “Can professional musicians intentionally desynchronize? A natural case study of expert percussionists in a natural performance context” and it highlights an important naturalistic drumming study our lab conducted here at McMaster. To see the visualizations used in the study, take a look at our demo by clicking the button on the right.|
Talks for Graduate student colloquium series (Faculty of Music) and Brain Mind Institute at Western ...
Using Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier to explore cues used to convey emotion
Presenting findings at the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition
Meet lab members playing in the McMaster University Percussion Ensemble