London Branch

PLEASE NOTE VENUE HAS CHANGED DUE TO HIGH DEMAND TO OPEN UP MORE PLACES FOR THE EVENT. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT DUE TO SECURITY REQUIREMENTS- REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON 13TH MAY TO ENABLE AN ATTENDANCE LIST TO BE PROVIDED TO THE VENUE FOR ENTRY. Please do not just show up on the night, entry cannot be guaranteed. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED FOR THE EVENT YOU DO NOT NEED TO RE-REGISTER. NEW VENUE: London South Bank University London Road Building 90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN Castle Lecture Room, (Ground floor) Please go to London Road Reception

PLEASE NOTE VENUE HAS CHANGED DUE TO HIGH DEMAND TO OPEN UP MORE PLACES FOR THE EVENT.   PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT DUE TO SECURITY REQUIREMENTS- REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE ON 13TH MAY TO ENABLE AN ATTENDANCE LIST TO BE PROVIDED TO THE VENUE FOR ENTRY.

Please do not just show up on the night, entry cannot be guaranteed.

 

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED FOR THE EVENT YOU DO NOT NEED TO RE-REGISTER.

 

NEW VENUE:

London South Bank University

London Road Building

90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN

Castle Lecture Room, (Ground floor)

 

Please go to London Road Reception

 

 

PLEASE PRE-REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT BY GOING TO:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/institute-of-acoustics-london-branch-meeting-may-2019-tickets-53817412329

 

 

Institute of Acoustics

 

Evening Meeting

 

Now You’re Talking

presentation by

 

Trevor Cox,

Professor of Acoustic Engineering University of Salford

 

Wednesday 15th May 2019 at 6 pm

 

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, WSP House, 70 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1AF

 

Join Trevor, as he explores the most exquisite acoustic source: the human voice. Your voice is integral to your personal identity. We judge others not just by their words, but also by the way they talk: their intonation, their pitch, their accent. This was first scientifically examined in a remarkable mass psychoacoustic experiment in the 1920s. Hear about the project to recreate this experiment for the BBC. Talking comes naturally to most of us so it is easy to overlook how truly remarkable the voice is. Mixing scientific analysis with musical interludes, the talk will explore the workings of the voice and how it adapts to different styles. The voice is always in flux, and in recent years changes have been accelerated by technology. Rich in sound examples, the talk will draw on Trevor’s latest popular science book, Now You’re Talking (Bodley Head 2018).

 

This event is free to IOA members and the general public, however, numbers are strictly limited and we request that you pre-register for this event by going to the registration page at:

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/institute-of-acoustics-london-branch-meeting-may-2019-tickets-53817412329

 

 

The closest underground stations are Chancery Lane (Central line) and Holborn (Central & Piccadilly line).

 

For more details of IOA regional branch activities please refer to the IOA website: www.ioa.org.uk 

 

Topics and speakers for the evening meetings are generally identified and organised by the London Branch Committee, but we always welcome new ideas and suggestions for future presentations. If you have any ideas or suggestions, or may even like to give a presentation yourself, please contact the London Branch Committee (Roslyn Andrews: Roslyn.Andrews@aecom.com)

15 May 2019
London South Bank University
London Road Building
90 London Road
London, SE1 6LN
United Kingdom

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