Does sound matter in sound design?
The next session of “JEUDIS DE PRISM #14” will take place on Thursday 28 April from 4 to 6 pm. ATTENTION to the unusual schedule due to the fact that Michael Schutz will be speaking from Canada.
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Michael Schutz is Associate Professor of Music Cognition/Percussion in the McMaster University School of the Arts. Drawing on his interdisciplinary training in music, psychology, and computer science, he directs the MAPLE Lab researching Music, Acoustics, Perception, and LEarning (www.maplelab.net). Designated a “University Scholar” in recognition of his innovative merging of music performance and perception, he has received the Ontario Early Researcher Award, and his research has been funded by SSHRC, NSERC, CFI, and the National Institutes of Health (US). Complementing his research on music, he also remains active as a percussionist, conducting the McMaster Percussion Ensemble, performing recitals, and serving on faculty at the Honors Music Institute in Pennsylvania. He is active in the Percussive Arts Society, having performed and or spoken at several of their annual conventions-most recently about his novel study of Steve Reich’s “Drumming.” Dr. Schutz received the 2019 Alumni Award from the Penn State School of Music, and is an artist/endorser for Innovative Percussion and Sabian Cymbals.
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