musIC: is project where we want to obtain knowledge to improve the cochlear system, more concrete, we want to understand how music is perceived. Using this knowledge music will be composed to satisfy the needs of cochlear implant users. Check this Blog with all the information regarding musIC 2.0.
At the German Hearing Center of the Hannover Medical School we are trying to improve hearing for cochlear implant users through new methods to process sounds and understanding how music is perceived with these devices.
- J. Pons, T. Rode, J, Janer, W. Nogueira, Remixing music using source separation algorithms to improve the musical experience of cochlear implant users, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2016.
- W. Nogueira, J. Pons, J. Janer, A. Büchner, Source Separation Algorithms to Remix Music Pieces for Improving the Music Experience in Cochlear Implant Users, Music and Cochlear Implants Symposium, Eriksholm Research Center, Denmark, October, 2016.
- W. Nogueira, L.M. Litvak, A. A. Saoji, A. Büchner, Design and Evaluation of a Cochlear Implant Strategy Based on a “Phantom” Channel, PLoS ONE 10(3): e0120148. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0120148, 2015.
- W. Nogueira, A. Büchner, "A Model of Music Complexity for Cochlear Implants", EAONO 2014, Siena, 2014.
- W. Nogueira, P. Herrera, "Towards a Model of Music Complexity for Cochlear Implants", CI 2014, Munich, 2014.
- W. Nogueira, "New Music Compositions for Cochlear Implant Users", Conference on Implantable Auditory Protheses, Lake Tahoe, USA 2013.