Music, Cognition, And Computerized Sound: An Introduction to Psychoacoustics

By: Cook, Perry

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How hearing works and how the brain processes sounds entering the ear to provide the listener with useful information are of great interest to psychologists, cognitive scientists, and musicians. However, while a number of books have concentrated on individual aspects of this field, known as psychoacoustics, there has been no comprehensive introductory coverage of the multiple topics encompassed under the term. "Music, Cognition, and Computerized Sound" is the first book to provide that coverage, and it does so via a unique and useful approach.

The book begins with introductory chapters on the basic physiology and functions of the ear and auditory sections of the brain, then proceeds to discuss numerous topics associated with the study of psychoacoustics, including cognitive psychology and the physics of sound. The book has a particular emphasis on music and computerized sound. An accompanying download includes many sound examples to help explicate the text and is available with the code included in the book at http: //mitpress.mit.edu/mccs. The contributing authors include John Chowning, Perry R. Cook, Brent Gillespie, Daniel J. Levitin, Max Mathews, John Pierce, and Roger Shepard.

Title: Music, Cognition, And Computerized Sound: An Introduction to Psychoacoustics

Author: Cook, Perry

Categories: Music, Computers,

Publisher: MIT Pr: 2001

ISBN Number: 0262531909

ISBN Number 13: 9780262531900

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 120930

Description: A clean, unmarked copy with a tight binding. 372 pages. Does NOT include CD.