Project on epilepsy and music

Hannah Dvorak hdvorak at cns.caltech.edu
Fri Oct 4 11:53:28 EST 1996


In article <531lll$p1m at amgen.amgen.com>, hbates at amgen.com says...
>
>jrg at sirius.com (willow) wrote:
>  I'm working
>>on a performance piece that blends the syntax of music with that of
>>neurology and am trying to find good software to compose with, or one that
>>will assign sounds to neural activity in the brain.  It needs to handle
>>some unusual tonal modes and peculiar intervals.  
>>I'm also looking for a few like minds who are interested in experimenting
>>with music, art and science who might be interested in future work on a
>>big project.  
>
>
>
>I can't help myself, but it might be worth trying the bionet.neuroscience 
newsgroup; I've often seen questions like this there.
>

I have no idea where you are, but you might want to check out the Boston
Museum of Science; when I was there this summer, they had a couple of 
exhibits along those lines.

- Hannah Dvorak

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Hannah Dvorak
Division of Biology 216-76
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125




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