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Montagskolloquium mit Banu Sahin

Am Montag, den 02.05.2017 wird im Erich-Thienhaus-Institut das Montagskolloquium mit Banu Sahin stattfinden. In dieser Veranstaltung werden dieses Mal gleich zwei Themen abgehandelt:

Abstracts:

Construction and Analysis of the Cajon Instrument

Caj …

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Montagskolloquium mit Banu Sahin

Am Montag, den 02.05.2017 wird im Erich-Thienhaus-Institut das Montagskolloquium mit Banu Sahin stattfinden. In dieser Veranstaltung werden dieses Mal gleich zwei Themen abgehandelt:

Abstracts:

Construction and Analysis of the Cajon Instrument

Cajon is originally a six-sided, rectangular prism shaped instrument which is made out of wood. Today it is possible to experience cajons in various shapes, materials, sizes or even with multiple playing surfaces. Its history goes back to the 16th century and has its origins in Peru. It became famous worldwide when the Spanish flamenco guitar player Paco de Lucía brought it back to Spain in 1977 to use it as a rhythmic base in his music. Nowadays, it is a standard instrument for flamenco music and also one of the most commonly used percussion instrument in various genres like pop, jazz and rock music. Its buzzy snare sound resulted from the strings and snare wires attached along the inside of the tapa, which is the anterior sound board of cajon instrument. During the last 50 years, different buzzing mechanisms were also developed for cajons as with adjustable strings and snare effects. This study is aimed to construct a cajon instrument, analyze its sound and present a new method to change its sound quality. For this purpose, a 27cm tube was acoustically sealed at the sound hole of cajon and the effect of the tube's length was analysed. The tube was cut gradually 5cm at every step and the measurements were repeated with different lengths of the same tube. Both airborne sound and structure-borne sound were investigated.

Investigation of the Detmold Concert Hall auditorium acoustics by comparing preference ratings and objective measurements

This Master's thesis describes a physical and perceptual investigation of the Detmold Concert Hall auditorium acoustics. It is aimed to study the correlation of preference with standard parameters. For this purpose, the acoustic quantities as well as the related subjective listener aspects described in ISO 3382-1 were measured and compared. A set of room impulse response (RIR) and binaural room impulse response (BRIR) measurements were conducted in different listening positions throughout the concert hall auditorium. An omnidirectional microphone, a figure-of-eight microphone and an artificial head were simultaneously used to derive impulse responses. To provide a controlled source, a modified version of the loudspeaker orchestra (Pätynen et.al) was used. The measured BRIRs were then convolved with anechoic music for auralization. Subjective preference ratings were derived by performing listening tests using headphones and the test subjects were asked to compare the auralized sounds of different listening positions in the concert hall. The room acoustical parameters estimated from RIR measurements were mapped and related to the perceptual preferences of the subjects.

Der genaue Zeitplan:

13:00-13:30: "Construction and Analysis of the Cajon Instrument"

13:30-13:40: Fragen zum Thema 1

13:40-14:30: “Investigation of the Detmold Concert Hall auditorium acoustics by comparing preference ratings and objective measurements."

14:30-14:45: Fragen zum Thema 2

Montag, 02.05.2017, 13:00 Uhr
Großer Seminarraum, Erich-Thienhaus-Institut

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Zwei Preise in Korschenbroich

Beim 10. Internationalen Orgelwettbewerb Korschenbroich gewannen Anastasia Kovbyk den 2. und Amelie Held den 3. Preis. Beide studieren in der Orgelklasse von Prof. Dr. Martin Sander.

Zwei Preise in Korschenbroich

Beim 10. Internationalen Orgelwettbewerb Korschenbroich gewannen Anastasia Kovbyk den 2. und Amelie Held den 3. Preis. Beide studieren in der Orgelklasse von Prof. Dr. Martin Sander.

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www.schukeorgel-detmold.de

Einen Überblick über die Konzerte der kirchenmusikalischen Veranstaltungsreihe MUSICA SACRA sowie die Instrumente, die allen Studierenden der Kirchenmusik während ihres Studiums zur Verfügung stehen, erhalten Sie unter www.schukeorgel-detmold.de

www.schukeorgel-detmold.de

Einen Überblick über die Konzerte der kirchenmusikalischen Veranstaltungsreihe MUSICA SACRA sowie die Instrumente, die allen Studierenden der Kirchenmusik während ihres Studiums zur Verfügung stehen, erhalten Sie unter www.schukeorgel-detmold.de

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