From the #mediaX2015 Conference “Writing the Code for Personal Relevance”; Chris Chafe, Director of Stanford University’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), DUCA Family Professor of Music at Stanford University, shows how mentally imagining voices and sounds in the “mind’s ear” is as much a part of experience as visualizing in the “mind’s eye.” The vividness of sounds in the imagination varies between individuals but nearly everyone reports spontaneous sound and being able to conjure sounds intentionally. Imagining vocals and other sound has a role in planning even at very short time scales and this discussion is motivated by investigations of musical performance.
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