Tag Archives: music

Aluksi kuultiin tauko

FT Heikki Uimonen on Tampereen ja Itä-Suomen yliopistojen dosentti. Hän toimii tutkijana Sensory Transformations and Transgenerational Environmental Relationships in Europe 1950–2020 -hankkeessa.   Saksan Halberstadtissa esitetään säveltäjä John Cagen urkuteosta Organ²/ASLSP (As SLow aS Possible). Sävellyksen kesto on 639 vuotta. … Lue loppuun

Once upon a time…

…and actually not so long ago (17.-18.4.2018), I participated the Art of Management Symposium at the Cass Business School in London. I  presented a paper, and this particular piece of work was titled “Making …

Guest lecture: Simon Frith

Simon Frith: The Ideology of Do-It-Yourself Music Making Wednesday 11 April at 4:30 pm Tampere Main Library Metso, music department Simon Frith is Emeritus Professor of Music at the University of Edinburgh and a Fellow of the British Academy.  He … Lue loppuun

Vocal emotion perceptions on infant-directed singing

Kaisa Perko works as a postdoctoral researcher in work and organizational psychology at the University of Tampere and is interested in research on emotions and interaction in all areas of life. She defended her doctoral thesis on leadership and employee … Lue loppuun

Beatboxaava Siri – sosiaalisen median ääniantropologiaa

ENGLISH INTRO: Music is a central part of the YouTube videos. In some cases, these performances are not musical performances in traditional sense, but music and sound are a part of everyday practices. Experiments can include, among others, “unboxing” of … Lue loppuun

Rytmiikan hienovaihtelut ja täydellisen grooven metsästys

Editor’s English intro: In his post about rhythmical precision and the hunt for the perfect groove, professor of physics Esa Räsänen introduces his study on the physics of drumming. It has long been known that musicians do not keep time with … Lue loppuun

Future of interfaces: AirPods

I am a regular user of headphones of various kinds, both wired and wireless, closed and open, with noise cancellation, and without. The latest piece of this technology I invested in are the “AirPods” by Apple. Externally, these things are almost comically similar to the standard “EarPods” they provide with, or as the upgrade option … Continue reading ”Future of interfaces: AirPods”