- December 7, 2016 at 3:58 pm #532219
I’m doing some research on music education software and am looking for some references or papers for some somewhat intuitive vocal pedagogy ideas. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. The topics are listed as such:
1. Students might be unaware of errors during practice (without instruction) and reinforce incorrect technique or notes.
2. Students may be unaware of errors due to delayed or inaccurate feedback from teacher or other technology.
3. The piano roll view is a common way to represent music. Although it is seemingly intuitive to use this display, I was wondering if there is any paper regarding the original or novel use of this in a vocal/choral setting,
4. Most musicians and vocal/choral teachers are unfamiliar with the pedagogical uses of a spectrogram.
5. Giving visual feedback for vowel production can help singers match vowels with other singers in the same ensemble or create more accurate vowels for unfamiliar or foreign languages .
6. Most of the choral singers at the primary and secondary level do not have individual private vocal instruction.
Thanks in advance for any help or direction you can provide for some articles or papers in these areas.
Timothy Hsu, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor / Choral Director
School of Music / Center for Music Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology
840 McMillan Street
Atlanta, GA 30332.0456
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