Carl Haakon Waadeland

Carl Haakon Waadeland
Norwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Department of Music

PhD

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This article presents experiences and reflections related to performing improvised, live processed electroacoustic music within a context of networked music performance. The musical interaction is performed through a new collective networked instrument, and we report how the ensemble ‘Magnify the Sound’, consisting of two of the authors of this art...
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Listening to swinging music you often want to move along with the rhythm. - We pose the question: How might the production of microtiming that characterizes swing be modelled? A fundamental idea in the present paper is to apply an interaction of oscillators to achieve alterations of frequencies that create timing deviations that are typical of live...
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Results from different empirical investigations on gestural aspects of timed rhythmic movements indicate that the production of asymmetric movement trajectories is a feature that seems to be a common characteristic of various performances of repetitive rhythmic patterns. The behavioural or neural origin of these asymmetrical trajectories is, howeve...
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This paper reports on an experiment investigating the expressive means with which performers of groove-based musics signal the intended timing of a rhythmic event. Ten expert drummers were instructed to perform a rock pattern in three different tempi and three different timing styles: “laid-back,” “on-the-beat,” and “pushed.” The results show that...
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Single cell data from macaque suggest special processing of the sights and sounds of biological actions (Kohler, Keysers, et al, Science 2002). Recently Arrighi, Alais & Burr (JOV, 2006) have examined this hypothesis using judgments of perceptual synchrony of audio and visual streams of conga drumming as well as with synthetic audio and visual stre...
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We investigated the effect of musical expertise on sensitivity to asynchrony for drumming point-light displays, which varied in their physical characteristics (Experiment 1) or in their degree of audiovisual congruency (Experiment 2). In Experiment 1, 21 repetitions of three tempos x three accents x nine audiovisual delays were presented to four ja...
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When multiple sources of sensory information about a single environmental property are available, more precise estimates of that property can be formed by combining the different sources. To maximize the precision of the combined estimate each cue must be weighted in proportion to its reliability. For physical dimensions such as object size (Ernst...
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A new application of the well known process of frequency modulation, as formerly applied to syntheses of sound, is shown to be a remarkable tool in making syntheses of rhythmic expression in music. Applying a technique of rhythmic frequency modulation, we are able to make simulations of various rhythmic “deviations” typical of live performances of...

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The aim of this project is to understand the micro level of auditory perception and the role of cultural background and/or training in music in this regard.