Study suggests that judgement of music competitions is led more by sight than sound

Alexandra Conunova-Dumortier Gala ConcertMarek kruszewski

New research into how music competition performances are evaluated suggests that what judges see matters more than what they hear. Scientists at University College London set out to test the general consensus that sound is the most important element in judging a musical performance. The findings were published in the ...

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