Music Perception and Processing
In the Music Perception and Processing Lab, we study how normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners make sense of musical sound. We develop music processing algorithms and perception models that are tested using psychophysics and EEG. Please see our Research page to learn more about current projects and the Events page for past and upcoming activities.
Interested in PhD studies? We are currently looking for students interested in interdisciplinary research to join the lab.
- Kai Siedenburg receives the 2020 Lothar-Cremer Award of the German Acoustical Society.
- Our project kick-off workshop took place in Oldenburg on Friday Jan 31, 2020. It was great fun! Special guest: Prof. Daniel Müllensiefen from Goldsmiths University of London. Talks are now online.
- New paper out: Modeling the onset advantage in musical instrument identification (JASA-EL). Collaborating with Marc René Schädler and David Hülsmeier from Oldenburg to show why sound onsets are so important for instrument identification.
- Congratulations to former MSc student Josef Schroeder for winning the 2019 EUHA thesis price (European Union of Hearing Acousticians)!