|Dr. Schutz gave a talk for the Ebbinghaus Empire Series at the University of Toronto titled “Dynamic sounds and perceptual processes: The surprising role of amplitude envelope in auditory perception.” In his talk, he reviewed the MAPLE Lab’s growing body of work on amplitude envelope (the shape of a sound over time) and its often overlooked importance in the process of audio-visual integration. An archived video of the presentation can be viewed below. For more information on these topics, please visit our pages on amplitude envelope and audio-visual integration.|
Presentations at the Eastman School of Music and the University of Western
Fiona Manning discusses her research on movement and predictive timing on the Colloquium Series
Series of talks at Vanderbilt University for Music, Mind and Society program as well as Medical Cent...
Music Cognition lectures at the Honors Music Institute