The MusIC (Music, Informatics and Cognition) programme promotes long-standing collaboration in Edinburgh between Music and Informatics. Informatics techniques and concepts find challenging problems in the musical domain in many places, ranging from analysis of sound signals, sound synthesis algorithms, computer modelling of acoustic phenomena to grammatical and statistical accounts of musical styles, algorithmic approaches to classifying musical data, and interaction between natural and artificial musicians. The electronic music studio in Music engenders interest in the computational aspects of processing music from music students, at undergraduate and masters level. The long-standing collaboration between Music and Physics also has resulted in work in acoustics with a strong computational underpinning. Recent work by researchers in Music and Psychology has spurred interest in aspects of music perception and cognition.

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