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July 21st, 2022

Entrevue avec Michael Weiss – Quand les paroles gênent l’écoute d’une chanson – UDEMNOUVELLES – L’ESTIVALE


Entrevue avec Michael Weiss

 

Dans une série d’expériences d’écoute, un postdoctorant de l’UdeM a découvert que la présence de paroles dans une chanson rend plus difficile la détection d’une fausse note.

 

Pour l’entrevue, cliquez ici:

Quand les paroles gênent l’écoute d’une chanson

 

Michael Weiss is a postdoctoral fellow under Professor Isabelle Peretz at BRAMS. He designed a series of listening experiments to see how humans process pitch. He explains what he found to the Université de Montréal news channel, including that speech masks the accuracy of note perception.

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