Mr Russell Burton
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I have been teaching Music in a variety of secondary schools for the past 25 years. As part of my studying music technology I have developed an interest in how music is perceived and processed. My eventual goal is to provide a cognitive or neuroscientific foundation for what are considered to be the perceptual elements of music.
Master of Music
Graduate Diploma in Music Education
Bachelor of Education (secondary music)
Clarifying how sounds are stored and processed by examining perception of very short sounds.
Burton, R. L. (1997). The effect of various non-visual conductor activities on the quality of an instrumental ensemble as judged by Eisteddfod results. In ASME XI National Conference Proceedings: New Sounds for a New Century (p. 36). Australian Society for Music Education.
Burton, R. L. (1997). Computers in music education in South Australian secondary schools. In ASME XI National Conference Proceedings: New Sounds for a New Century (p. 43). Australian Society for Music Education.
Australian Society of Music Education (ASME) council.
Acoustical Society of America
Auditory memory systems
Improving educational outcomes in music
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