A microseries on the political ecology of sound entitled The Audible Ecopaths: Listening To The Rural And Remote.
AudioMoth deployments for acoustic monitoring projects.
Paper published in Cochlear Implants International
It can sometimes be tricky to tie up all the last parts of a project when the six working members rush off in different direct
Hearing Aids for Music – findings and recommendations
Findings and recommendations from our project on Hearing Aids for Music.
Reviewer for 2019 AES IIA conference
Last job to finish off before the winter break has been another enjoyable one – reviewing a couple of papers for the 2019 AE
WIMP 2018 video
I’ve just received a link to a recording of the talk I gave in September at WIMP 2018, the Workshop on Intelligent Music
I’m pleased to have two presentations in the upcoming Collaborative approaches to music and wellbeing research conferen
Reviewer for JEPG
I’ve joined the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (JEPG) peer-review panel this year. It’s good to be pa
University of York talk
I’ll be back in York again next month! This time I’m presenting a research seminar in the Department of Music, tal
Ecological acoustics for pollinator soundscapes
This work is funded by Ensemble, a cross-disciplinary research programme with the goal of carrying out world leading research
I’m pleased to share links to three clinical publications developed during our ‘Hearing Aids for Music’ proj