Professor, Music Technology Area Chair
Director of the Computational Acoustic Modeling Laboratory
Schulich School of Music, McGill University
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I direct the Computational Acoustic Modeling Lab (CAML) at McGill University, where my students and I conduct scientific research in musical acoustics that includes:
A list of publications is maintained on the CAML website, as well as an overview of research projects in the lab.
- measurements and analyses of music instruments and other sounding objects to gain a theoretical understanding of their fundamental acoustic behavior;
- the development of computer-based mathematical models that implement these acoustic principles as accurately as possible and which can subsequently be used to study variations in instrument design;
- the creation of efficient, real-time synthesis algorithms capable of producing convincing instrument sounds.
I also founded the Musical Acoustics Research Library while at Stanford and subsequently helped negotiate an agreement with the Stanford Libraries to digitize and make available the library contents online.
Schulich School of Music
555 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC H3A 1E3
(514)398-4400, ext. 089834
gary at music dot mcgill dot ca