The Music, Science and Technology Research Cluster (mstrc) at the Department of Music, University of York, comprises an international and interdisciplinary community of staff and research students working in areas across music, science and technology.



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  • YMPG goes to The Festival of Ideas

    On the 10th of June we are taking part in the Family Fringe Afternoon at the University’s Festival of Ideas! We have an exciting line up of activities planned, suitable for children and parents to get involved in. From a silent disco to composing your own percussive piece, we hope to share some interesting facts … Continued

  • Aesthetic Judgement and Contemporary Music

    On Saturday the YMPG held our first major study since our conception. The study was concerned with understanding why some listeners respond positively and others negatively to contemporary music and identifying the cognitive and emotional processes that facilitate those responses in concerts. In this study, contemporary music was performed in front of an audience (with … Continued

  • Call for Participants

    The York Music Psychology Group (YMPG) at the Music Science and Technology Research Centre is looking for participants in a live concert experiment involving our unique Audience Response System. If you are interested, please fill in the this online questionnaire (click on the following link or copy to your browser) to provide us some information … Continued

  • 2017 Postgraduate Spring Forum

    Every autumn and spring the music department hosts a post-graduate forum day. This is an opportunity for current postgraduate students to showcase their research to a group of their peers, meet fellow postgraduate students, discuss and exchange ideas, gain academic presentation experience, and learn about the diverse outputs of the music department. Areas of research might include, … Continued

  • Firat Altun: YMPG PhD Candidate

    We are thrilled to welcome Firat Altun to the York Music Psychology Group to study for his PhD. He joins us from Turkey and has become a welcome presence at the undergraduate and MA teaching sessions as well as our weekly colloquium. For more information on Firat’s research do come along to his colloquium session on … Continued

Events


Research Groups

Music Production, Processing and Analysis Group

Theme leader: Jez Wells (Director of MPPAG)

Research that contributes to new techniques and technologies for interacting with sound as well as those that respond to such developments in the studio and understand them from a human and cultural perspective.

Technologies for Musical Creativity Group

Theme leader: Federico Reuben (Director of mstrc & TMCG)

Research on the development of technology that, as a fundamental principle, considers the complexities of musical and creative processes.

York Music Psychology Group

Theme leader: Hauke Egermann (Director of YMPG)

Research to explain and understand musical behaviour and experience.