Peter Lennox


NamePeter Lennox
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Performance
Research instituteSchool of Arts

Research outputs

Sensory augmentation through tissue conduction

Lennox, Peter and McKenzie, I. 2017. Sensory augmentation through tissue conduction. InTech. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.71126

How to develop creative capacity for the fourth industrial revolution: Creativity and employability in higher education

Wilson, Chris, Lennox, Peter, Brown, Michael and Hughes, G. 2017. How to develop creative capacity for the fourth industrial revolution: Creativity and employability in higher education. Knowledge, Innovation & Enterprise.

Feel it in my bones: Composing multimodal experience through tissue conduction

Lennox, Peter, McKenzie, I. and Brown, Michael 2017. Feel it in my bones: Composing multimodal experience through tissue conduction. Les éditions de PRISM.

The body as instrument: tissue conducted multimodal audio-tactile spatial music.

Lennox, Peter, McKenzie, I. and Brown, Michael 2017. The body as instrument: tissue conducted multimodal audio-tactile spatial music.

Investigating spatial music qualia through tissue conduction

Lennox, Peter and McKenzie, I. 2017. Investigating spatial music qualia through tissue conduction. Aalto University.

Audio-tactile multimodal perception of tissue-conducted sound fields

Lennox, Peter and McKenzie, I. 2017. Audio-tactile multimodal perception of tissue-conducted sound fields.

Music as artificial environment: Spatial, embodied multimodal experience

Lennox, Peter 2017. Music as artificial environment: Spatial, embodied multimodal experience. in: Routledge.

Discussing the applicability of soundfield techniques for larger audience entertainment

Dickins, Glenn and Lennox, Peter 2016. Discussing the applicability of soundfield techniques for larger audience entertainment. Audio Engineering Society. https://doi.org/10.17743/aesconf.2016.978-1-942220-12-1

Destroying creativity

Lennox, Peter, Wilson, Chris and Brown, Michael 2016. Destroying creativity.

Creative inhibition: how and why

Lennox, Peter, Brown, Michael and Wilson, Chris 2016. Creative inhibition: how and why. in: KIE Conference Publications.

The philosophy of perception and stupidity

Lennox, Peter 2015. The philosophy of perception and stupidity.

Inside-outside: 3-D music through tissue conduction

McKenzie, I., Lennox, Peter and Wiggins, Bruce 2015. Inside-outside: 3-D music through tissue conduction.

Tissue-conducted spatial sound fields

McKenzie, I., Lennox, Peter and Wiggins, Bruce 2014. Tissue-conducted spatial sound fields. Institute of Acoustics.

Hearing Without Ears

McKenzie, I., Lennox, Peter and Wiggins, Bruce 2014. Hearing Without Ears. International Community for Auditory Display.

Higher Education Academy Fellowship

Lennox, Peter 2014. Higher Education Academy Fellowship.

Cognitive maps and spatial sound

Lennox, Peter 2013. Cognitive maps and spatial sound.

Are my cognitive maps the same as yours? …or even, the same as mine?

Lennox, Peter 2013. Are my cognitive maps the same as yours? …or even, the same as mine?

Composing space: the ecology of artificial auditory environments

Lennox, Peter 2012. Composing space: the ecology of artificial auditory environments.

Education for innovation: exploring the place of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in Higher Education

Wilson, Chris and Lennox, Peter 2012. Education for innovation: exploring the place of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in Higher Education. IETSD.

Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems

Lennox, Peter and Myatt, Tony 2011. Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems.

Spatialization and computer music

Lennox, Peter 2011. Spatialization and computer music. The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199792030.013.0013

Bonfire of the inanities

Lennox, Peter 2010. Bonfire of the inanities. Times Higher Education.

Pecking Order

Lennox, Peter 2010. Pecking Order. Times Higher Education.

The emotional contents of the ‘space’ in spatial music

Lennox, Peter 2009. The emotional contents of the ‘space’ in spatial music. International Conference on Music and Emotion, Durham, UK.

Plato's Ambisonic Garden

Lennox, Peter 2007. Plato's Ambisonic Garden.

Concepts of perceptual significance for composition and reproduction of explorable sound fields

Lennox, Peter and Myatt, Tony 2007. Concepts of perceptual significance for composition and reproduction of explorable sound fields. Schulich School of Music, McGill University.

Composing and capturing 3-D soundscapes

Lennox, Peter 2007. Composing and capturing 3-D soundscapes. University of Derby.

Composing and Capturing 3-D Soundscapes

Lennox, Peter 2007. Composing and Capturing 3-D Soundscapes.

A perceptual approach to the composition of meaning in artificial spatial audio

Lennox, Peter and Myatt, Tony 2007. A perceptual approach to the composition of meaning in artificial spatial audio. Audio Engineering Society.

Causal contexts, cognitive cartoons and spatial sound

Lennox, Peter and Myatt, Tony 2006. Causal contexts, cognitive cartoons and spatial sound. Qu e e n M a r y , U n i v e r s i t y o f L o n d o n.

3-D Sound: Massive and minute

Lennox, Peter 2006. 3-D Sound: Massive and minute.

Report on a medium-scale three dimensional artificial soundscape rendition: research and development system

Lennox, Peter 2002. Report on a medium-scale three dimensional artificial soundscape rendition: research and development system. Earshot.

3D audio as an information-environment: manipulating perceptual significance for differntiation and pre-selection

Lennox, Peter, Vaughan, John and Myatt, Tony 2001. 3D audio as an information-environment: manipulating perceptual significance for differntiation and pre-selection. Laboratory of Acoustics and audio signal processing and the Telecommunications Software and Multimedia Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology.

From surround to true 3-D

Lennox, Peter, Myatt, Tony and Vaughan, John 1999. From surround to true 3-D. The Proceedings of the AES 16th International conference.
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