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The Western classical system of musical notation is a powerful and flexible tool, one of proud heritage and expressive complexity. My interest has been to expand and reconfigure this tool to express and benefit my personal compositional interests. I aim to retain enough familiarity wherein...
Altered Audiation: Perspectives in Sound and Notation - Supplemental Files
Contains files related to the thesis: "Altered Audiation: Perspectives in Sound and Notation," Andrew S. Israelsen, Spring 2015. Note: the file 'Andrew_Israelsen_Picnic_Sketch.zip' is corrupted and cannot be opened.
Over the past few decades, our computing environment has changed dramatically. As computing has become more prevalent in every part of daily life, so has using computers to understand the humanities become more commonplace. Digital Humanities has provided people a unique, broad perspective by...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2015: Exhibiting Sound brings together social sciences and humanities researchers to learn from each other about the ways in which mediated sound can be presented in a social space---real or virtual---for educational or aesthetic experience. Through public engagement with wider...
Sleep and children with cerebral palsy: A review of current evidence and environmental non-pharmacological interventionsDownload
Between 23%–46% of children with cerebral palsy experience sleep problems. Many of the sensory-motor and cognitive features of cerebral palsy (such as immobility, pain, and seizures) act as predisposing factors for sleep problems in this population. This paper presents the background related to...