machine-mediated listening

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.

Collaborative approaches

I’m pleased to have two presentations in the upcoming Collaborative approaches to music and wellbeing research conferen

Audiological resources

I’m pleased to share links to three clinical publications developed during our ‘Hearing Aids for Music’ proj

Shortlist for Health Humanities Medal 2018

Well done to Alinka and Harriet! Our Hearing aids for Music project has propelled them into the “Inspiration Award”

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 bow

Survey: Music listening with hearing aids

Calling all hearing aid users! Our ‘Hearing aids for Music’ project at University of Leeds (UK) is looking for peo

Research statement

The intersection between human listening and machine listening is the focus of my research.

UK Psychoacoustics meeting

I travelled to Bristol earlier this week for an EPSRC/MRC meeting on Changing perceptions: Hearing, Psychoacoustics and ICT,

Audio Engineering Society talk

I’ve just received a link to the video of my AES in York – many thanks to Mariana Lopez and Cleo Pike for inviting and

Institute of Acoustics talk

I was invited to present some recent work and current thoughts to my local meeting of the Institute of Acoustics. A. V. Beesto

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