JUST PUBLISHED: Brereton, J. S. (2017). 12 Music perception and performance in virtual acoustic spaces. In C. Wöllner (Ed.), Body, Sound and Space in Music and Beyond: Multimodal Explorations. Routledge.
Journal Articles (7)
D.T. Murphy, S. Shelley, A. Foteinou, J.S. Brereton, & H. Daffern, Acoustic Heritage and Audio Creativity: the Creative Application of Sound in the Representation, Understanding and Experience of Past Environments, Internet Archeology, 2017.
D. M Howard, H. Daffern and J.S. Brereton (2013) “Four-part choral synthesis system for investigating intonation in a cappella choral singing”, Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology, 38(3):135-142
D.M. Howard, H. Daffern and J.S. Brereton (2012) “Quantitative voice quality analyses of a soprano singing in three different early music performance styles” in Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 7:58– 64
R.M. Van Besouw, J.S. Brereton, and D.M. Howard (2008) “Range of tuning for tones with and without vibrato,” Music Perception. 26(2):145-155
D.M. Howard, J.S. Brereton, G.F. Welch, E. Himonides, M. DeCosta, J. Williams, and A.W. Howard, (2007), “Are real-time displays of benefit in the singing studio? An exploratory study”, Journal of Voice. 21(1): 20-34
G.F. Welch, D.M. Howard, E. Himonides, and J.S. Brereton, (2005) “Real-time feedback in the singing studio: An innovatory action-research project using new voice technology”, Music Education Research. 2:225–249, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
D.M. Howard, G.F.Welch, J.S. Brereton, E. Himonides, M. DeCosta, J. Williams, and A.W. Howard, (2004)”Winsingad: a real-time display for the singing studio”, Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology. 29, (3),135–144
Conference Papers (25)
Lovedee-Turner, M., Brereton, J.S, & Murphy, D.(2016) An Algorithmic Approach to the Manipulation of B-Format Impulse Responses for Sound Source Rotation. In Audio Engineering Society Conference: 61st International Conference: Audio for Games.
Rees-Jones, J., Brereton, J. S., & Murphy, D. T.,(2015) Spatial audio quality and user preference of listening systems in video games, Proc. of the 18th Int. Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-15), pp. 223-230, Trondheim, Norway, Nov. 30- Dec. 3
McIlraith, R.J., Walton, P.H. & Brereton, J.S., (2015) The Spatialised Sonification of Drug-Enzyme Interactions in International Conference on Auditory Display, Graz, Austria, July 8-10 2015
Newbold, J.W., Hunt, A.D. & Brereton, J.S., Chemical Spectral Analysis through Sonification in International Conference on Auditory Display, Graz, Austria, July 8-10 2015
Brereton, J.S., Southern, A.S. & Kearney, G. Multi-modal experience of a virtual concert hall: A tool for exploring the influence of the visual modality in interactive real-time room acoustic simulations in International Conference on the Multimodal Experience of Music (ICMEM), 23-25 March 2015 ICMEM_poster
H. Daffern & J.S. Brereton, (2013), Testing a new protocol to measure tuning response behaviour in solo voice ensemble singing, Stockholm Music Acoustics Conference, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
INVITED TALK: J.S. Brereton, D.T. Murphy & D.M. Howard, (2013), Investigating Singing Performance in Different Acoustic Environments using the Virtual Singing Studio, Acoustic Challenges in Quires and places where they sing, Institute of Acoustics, 26 June 2013, London, UK
INVITED TALK: J.S. Brereton, D.T. Murphy & D.M. Howard, (2013), Singing in Space(s): Using the Virtual Singing Studio to investigate singing performance, Sounds in Space: Research Symposium, University of Derby, 1st July 2013, Derby, UK
J.S. Brereton, D.T. Murphy and D.M. Howard (2012), “The Virtual Singing Studio: A loudspeaker-based room acoustics simulation for real-time musical performance”, Joint Baltic-Nordic Acoustics Meeting (BNAM) 18-20 June 2012 Odense, Denmark
J.S. Brereton, D.T. Murphy and D.M. Howard (2012), “A loudspeaker-based room acoustics simulation for real-time musical performance” 25th AES UK Conference: Spatial Audio in Today’s 3D World in association with the 4th International Symposium on Ambisonics and Spherical Acoustics, 25-27 March 2012, York, UK
H. Daffern, J.S. Brereton and D.M. Howard (2012), “The impact of vibrato usage on the perception of pitch in early music compared to grand opera” Acoustics 2012, Nantes, 2012
J.S. Brereton, D.T. Murphy and D.M. Howard, (2011) “Evaluating the Auralization of Performance Spaces and Its Effect on Singing Performance”, at 130th Audio Engineering Society Convention, London, May 2011
D.M. Howard, J.S. Brereton and H. Daffern (2009) “An introduction to the Science of the Singing Voice”, at the National Early Music Association Convention, University of York, July 2009
D.M Howard and J.S. Brereton, (2009) “Music that can exhibit intonation drift in a capella SATB quartet singing if sung in-tune”, in Proceedings of Pan European Voice Conference, PEVOC8, Sept 2009
D.M. Howard, J.S. Brereton and H. Daffern (2009) “Case study of voice quality differences in a soprano singing in different early music performance styles”, in International Workshop on: Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA 2009), Firenze, Italy, 14-16 December 2009
J.S. Brereton, (2008) “The Effect of Acoustic Environment on Singing Voice Performance” at British Voice Association – Voice Research Day, Institute of Education, University of London, Feb 2008. – Winner Van Lawrence Prize for Voice Research
C.A. Barlow. & J.S. Brereton (2008) “A Biofeedback System For Singing Tuition Of Children and Adolescents in Readings in Technology”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE), Corfu, Greece10-12 July 2008
R.M. Van Besouw, J.S. Brereton, and D.M. Howard, (2007). “Defining the limits of tuning for tones with and without vibrato”, Journal Revista de Acustica, vol. 38, Special Issue, PPA-09-007, 3-4
J.S. Brereton, (2006) “A Voice Source analysis of head and chest registers in singing”, Physiology and Acoustics of Singing, St William’s College, York, UK,
D.T. Murphy, J.S. Brereton, and T.S. Brookes, (2006) “Space-net: The spatial audio creative engineering network,” at AES 28th International Conference, The Future of Audio Technology, Surround and Beyond, Piteå, Sweden, 279–282.
G. Welch, E. Himonides, D.M. Howard and J.S. Brereton, (2005) “Real-time feedback in the singing studio: An innovatory action-research project using new voice technology”. Proceedings of the Fourth International Research in Music Education Conference (RIME), Exeter, UK: University of Exeter
J.S. Brereton, D.M. Howard, G.F. Welch, and E. Himonides, (2005) “A real-time visual display for the singing studio”, in A STINT on Voice Research. National Centre for Early Music, York: British Voice Association (BVA), Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), The University of York, Sponsored by the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education
G.F.Welch, D.M. Howard, E. Himonides and J.S. Brereton, (2005) “Perspectives on matching new technology for displaying the acoustics of the singing voice with an appropriate pedagogical model”, in Proceedings of the 6th Pan European Voice Conference (PEVOC6). Mirroring the Voice – 150 Years of Voice Care, D.M.Howard, E. Abberton and J.S. Rubin, (eds). Royal Academy of Music, London, England: University of London, p.147
D. M. Howard, G. Welch, J.S. Brereton, and E. Himonides, (2004) “Are real-time displays of benefit in the singing studio?” in Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice. The American College of Surgeons in joint sponsorship with the Voice Foundation and Graduate Hospital. 2-6 June 2004. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: NCVS
D.M. Howard, G.F.Welch, J.S. Brereton and E. Himonides, (2003) “Towards a novel real-time visual display for singing training”, published in Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA). Firenze, Italy: Firenze University Press, pp179-182