I’m pleased to share links to three clinical publications developed during our ‘Hearing Aids for Music’ proj
Guest blogpost for WiMIR
I was invited to write a blogpost for the Women in Music Information Retrieval (WiMIR) community. I’ve titled my post
I'm now a qualified member of the Software Carpentry team, teaching computing skills to researchers.
An audio-driven installation as part of the AlgoMech festival exhibition of kinetic and algorithmic art.
Reviewer for JASA
This year I became a reviewer for the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (more commonly known in the field as just J
Field studies 2017: Listening after Pauline Oliveros
I’ve been invited to reflect on machine listening in the Field Studies 2017: Listening After Pauline Oliveros event whi
Fun Palace (and more)
Along with several other SONA members, I’ll be helping families explore the sense of hearing with a Makey-Makey fruit or
Guest blogpost for Software Sustainability Institute
A blogpost I wrote earlier this month after attending the Carpentries Instructor Training course has just gone live. In it I r
Culture and the City
I’ve been asked to talk on behalf of – and about – SONA at the upcoming Sheffield Creative Guild Culture and the Cit
Hearing aids for music conference
Next week we are hosting our international conference on Hearing Aids For Music in Leeds. Our project site contains a blogpost
Improvised Photographs Exhibition
Pinhole camera simulation for exhibition of 'Improvised Photographs' by Mark Summers.
Perception of isolated chords
It’s felt very restoring to immerse myself fully in music psychology topics this summer. I’m pleased that our pap