Musical Acoustics

Recording a string quartet using the LPR/R method developed by our program at Michigan State photo
Recording a string quartet using the LPR/R method developed by our program at Michigan State.

Sound and music are firmly linked, and research in aspects of one will result in information about the other.

References

"The electronic music synthesizer and the physics of music," W.M. Hartmann, Am. J. Phys. {43},755-763 (1975). Reprinted in {Musical Acoustics - Selected Reprints}, ed. T.D. Rossing, Amer. Assn. of Physics Teachers Press, (1988).

"Flanging and Phasers," W.M. Hartmann, J. Audio Engr. Soc. {26}, 439-443 (1978).

"Electronic music - a bridge between psychoacoustics and music," W.M. Hartmann, in {Music Mind and Brain}, ed. M. Clynes, Plenum Press, pp. 371-385 (1982).

"Psychoacoustics and contemporary music," W.M. Hartmann, {Proceedings 11th ICA}, (Revue d'Acous- tique de GALF) {8}, 225-228 (1983).

"The dynamically shifted oscillator," W.M. Hartmann, Am. J. Phys. {54}, 28-32 (1986).

"The I-clicker and I," W.M. Hartmann, (2008)

M.H. Cohen, {Quantifying Music- The Science of Music at the First Stage of the Scientific Revolution, 1580-1650}, W.M. Hartmann, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. {79}, 1636-1637 (1986).

"Chime Bars: Their spectra and pitch," W.M. Hartmann and David Espe and Jian-Yu Lin, Report 105, August, 1995

"Electronic Music," W.M. Hartmann, Chapter 138 for the Encyclopedia of Acoustics, ed. Malcolm Crocker, John Wiley, New York, pp 1679-1685 (1997).

"Review of Music, Cognition, and Computerized Sound, ed. P.R. Cook, W.M. Hartmann, Music Perception, {17}, 145-148 (1999).