Sound in mind

Sound in Mind was formed in 2014 as a multidisciplinary collective exploring, researching and promoting education, health and well-being through sound, including recorded audio and live music.

A short survey project was funded by an award from the Bethan Reeves Community Action Trust, administered through the Sheffield Students’ Union.

Selected works

  • K. R. Miguda and A. V. Beeston, “Collaborating with carers and musicians to develop a survey of sound awareness and listening habits,” in SEMPRE Conference: Collaborative approaches to music and wellbeing research, Leeds, UK. Oral presentation. 9-10 Nov, 2018.
    [BibTeX] [link]
    @inproceedings{Miguda:2018sempre,
    author = {Miguda, K. R. and Beeston, A. V.},
    title = {{Collaborating with carers and musicians to develop a survey of sound awareness and listening habits}},
    booktitle = {{SEMPRE Conference: Collaborative approaches to music and wellbeing research}},
    year = {2018},
    address = {Leeds, UK. Oral presentation. 9-10 Nov},
    link = {http://music.leeds.ac.uk/events/collaborative-approaches-to-music-and-wellbeing-research/},
    month = nov
    }

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