"The book can be highly recommended for instructors who are teaching a course on musical acoustics or music perception. The book contains a number of insightful observations, especially on scales, tonality, and the pitches of complex tones. The chapters on the human voice, memory, and haptics by the junior authors seemed particularly fresh and interesting." - William M. Hartmann, Music Perception"
About the Author
Perry R. Cook is Assistant Professor in the Department of ComputerScience at Princeton University, with a joint appointment in Music.