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Dr David Sharp's Research & Publications

D. Keith Bowen et al. (2019-01-01) Assessing the sound of a woodwind instrument that cannot be played, In Applied Acoustics(143)
Richard Keith Seaton et al. (2019) Apparent asymmetry in discriminating between two closely spaced pitches, In Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics Annual Conference (Acoustics 2019) 1(31)
Keith Bowen, Kurijn Buys and Professor David Sharp (2018-10-24) On The Accuracy Of Calculation Of The Impedance Spectra Of Woodwind Instruments, In Measurements and modelling of musical instruments and performance spaces
David Carugo et al. (2018-10-22) Sensor Grid Design For High Resolution 3D Acoustic Measurements Of Musical Instruments., In Measurements and modelling of musical instruments and performance spaces
William A. Hibbert, Shahram Taherzadeh and Professor David Sharp (2017-09-08) Virtual Pitch and Pitch Shifts in Church Bells, In Open Journal of Acoustics 3(7)
Kurijn Buys, Professor David Sharp and Robin Charles Laney (2017-09-01) Developing and evaluating a hybrid wind instrument, In Acta Acustica united with Acustica 5(103)
Kurijn Buys, Professor David Sharp and Robin Charles Laney (2017-06) Development of a hybrid wind instrument—Some key findings, In Acoustics '17 Boston 5(141)
Andrew J. Milne, Robin Charles Laney and Professor David Sharp (2016-12) Testing a Spectral Model of Tonal Affinity with Microtonal Melodies and Inharmonic Spectra, In Musicae Scientiae 4(20)
Kurijn Buys, Professor David Sharp and Robin Charles Laney (2016-09-12) Improving the stability of a hybrid wind instrument using two microphones, In International Symposium on Musical and Room Acoustics (ISMRA 2016), Asociación de Acústicos Argentinos, AdAA
Richard Keith Seaton et al. (2016-09-06) Experiments with Choirs – Practice and Pitfalls, In Acoustics 2016 1(38), Institute of Acoustics

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