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Keynote #1 Probing Rhythmic Synchronization in out Mind's Ear

Chris Chafe
Web Audio enables crowd-sourced surveys involving sound synthesis and interaction. My music-making experiences with collaboration technologies like Jacktrip have led to studies of how we imagine flows of sound in time, particularly those which require tight synchronization. Web-based “active listening” techniques make it possible to gather self-reports from large numbers of individuals asking about how we hear, imagine and produce musical “objects” which unfold in time.
            
@inproceedings{2017_KN1,
  abstract = {Web Audio enables crowd-sourced surveys involving sound synthesis and interaction. My music-making experiences with collaboration technologies like Jacktrip have led to studies of how we imagine flows of sound in time, particularly those which require tight synchronization. Web-based “active listening” techniques make it possible to gather self-reports from large numbers of individuals asking about how we hear, imagine and produce musical “objects” which unfold in time.},
  address = {London},
  author = {Chafe, Chris},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the International Web Audio Conference},
  editor = {Thalmann, Florian and Ewert, Sebastian},
  month = {August},
  pages = {},
  publisher = {Queen Mary University of London},
  series = {WAC '17},
  title = {Keynote #1 Probing Rhythmic Synchronization in out Mind's Ear},
  year = {2017},
  ISSN = {2663-5844}
}