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Saturday, July 24 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Zen of Critical Listening: What is the true goal of technical ear training?

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Zen of Critical Listening: What is the true goal of technical ear training?
Critical listening is essential for sound recording, mixing, and mastering to obtain high-quality sound. A systematic training curriculum for critical listening can help trainees become expert listeners in a reduced amount of time relative to similar experiences gained in a job setting. The workshop aims to discuss the opinions of educators regarding the necessary features and methods for efficient ear training and to share their in-depth expertise. Furthermore, the workshop aims to share the micro and macro points of view of ear training: training methods, sound samples used, acquired skills by trainees, and social impacts on the audio and electro-acoustic R&D industry.

Moderators
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Kazuhiko Kawahara

Associate Professor, Kyushu University
Dr. Kazuhiko Kawahara is an Associate Professor at the Department of Acoustic Design, School of Design, Kyushu University. He received a master's degree from Kyushu Institute of Design in 1989 and his Ph.D. degree from Kyushu University in 2017.Kazuhiko worked for the TOA corporation... Read More →

Speakers
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Jason Corey

University of Michigan
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Timothy Ryan

Department Chair, Associate Professor, Webster University
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Doyuen Ko

Associate Professor, Belmont University
Dr. Doyuen Ko is an Associate Professor of Audio Engineering Technology at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. He received his Ph.D. and Master of Music from the Sound Recording Department at McGill University, Canada. Before studying at McGill, he has worked as a sound designer... Read More →
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Sungyoung Kim

Rochester Institute of Technology
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Denis Martin

Instruction, McGill University
Denis Martin is active as a researcher, course instructor, and audio engineer. He provides support in statistical data analysis to research teams while his own work is focused on the perception, operation, and design of dynamic range compressors. He teaches 4-5 courses per semester... Read More →


Saturday July 24, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT
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