Centre for Music and Science
The Centre for Music and Science provides a home for research linking the field of music with psychology, acoustics, computer science, and neuroscience.
It is inherently multidisciplinary, though perhaps the chief specialism of the centre is music cognition. Through dedicated studio facilities, the Centre supports technology-based teaching and graduate and staff research that requires technological resources. The centre is a base for collaborative research with other departments in Cambridge and with those in outside institutions.
The site comprises a fully sound-isolated Recording Studio (consisting of a Control Room and Recording Room, both linked to the Concert Hall and Recital Room), a Computer Room and a Research Room.
Members supervised a great number of students and research fellows, many of whom can now be found in research and teaching institutions all over the world.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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