Timbre is a many-splendored thing!

Well, that was refreshing! It was an enormous relief to get out of the Montreal heatwave this week and shelter deep in the bowels of the Schulich School of Music at McGill University. The Timbre 2018 conference was a proper melting pot — my favourite kind of meeting! — many different disciplines, diverse perspectives and methodologies, great concerts too, and ultimately one shared intention: to improve the way we can communicate with each other about this “many-splendored” thing.

Timbre conference 2018.

  • A. V. Beeston, A. Greasley, and H. Crook, “Implicit timbral assessments of recorded and live music with hearing aids,” in Timbre is a Many-Splendored Thing, Montreal, Canada. Extended abstract. 4-7 July, 2018, pp. 174-175.
    [BibTeX] [paper]
    @inproceedings{Beeston:2018timbre,
    author = {Beeston, Amy V and Greasley, Alinka and Crook, Harriet},
    title = {{Implicit timbral assessments of recorded and live music with hearing aids}},
    booktitle = {{Timbre is a Many-Splendored Thing}},
    pages = {174-175},
    year = {2018},
    address = {Montreal, Canada. Extended abstract. 4-7 July},
    paper = {https://www.mcgill.ca/timbre2018/files/timbre2018/timbre2018_proceedings.pdf#page=174},
    month = jul
    }