Publications

Songs

http://panthyon.bandcamp.com

Books, Monographs, and Recordings

Braasch, J., Clapp, S., Parks, A., Pastore, T.M. edited by J. Blauert. “A binaural model that analyses acoustic spaces and stereophonic reproduction systems by utilizing head rotations.” Ch. 8 in The Technology of Binaural Listening. New York: Springer, 2013.(in press)

Parks, A. “Panthyon and Thee Ark: Canadian Tuxedo.” 23 minutes. Digital Download. Songwriting, guitar, vocals, percussion, keyboards. Self-released, February 2013

Parks, A. “Panthyon and Thee Ark: Dreamboat.” 25 minutes. Digital Download. Songwriting,guitar, vocals. Self-released, September 2012.

Parks, A. “Anthony Parks: Mourning Demons.” 25 minutes. Digital Download. Songwriting,guitar, vocals. Self-released, July 2010.

Parks, A. “Anthony Parks: A Treatise on Substance.” 40 minutes. Digital Download.CD-R ltd. to 50. Songwriting, guitar, vocals. Self-released, July 2009. Conference Papers

2013

Parks, A., Clapp, S., Braasch J. “Auralization of Measured Impulse Responses Considering Head Movements.” 135th AES Convention. New York, New York October 17-21 2013.

Strelcyk, O. , Shankar, A., (Starkey Hearing Research Center) Parks, A. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst.), McKinney, M. (Starkey) (2013) Emotional response as a metric for music reception. Meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition. Ryerson Univ., Toronto, CAN, August 8-11, 2013.

J. Braasch, A. Parks, M. T. Pastore, J. Blauert (2013) A cognitive approach for binaural models using a top–down feedback structure, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, (POMA) 2013.

Braasch, J. Clapp, S. Pastore, T. Parks, A and Xiang, N. (2013) What’s wrong with analyzing impulse responses? Proceedings of the 21st International Congress on Acoustics, June 2–7, 2013, Montreal, Canada.

Parks, A and Braasch, J. (2013) Head tracking and source localization in reverberant cocktail party scenarios. Proceedings of the 21st International Congress on Acoustics, June 2–7, 2013, Montreal, Canada.

 

2012

J. Braasch, D. Van Nort, P. Oliveros, S. Bringsjord, N. Sundar Govindarajulu, C. Kuebler, A. Parks (2012), A creative artificially-intuitive and reasoning agent in the context of live music improvisation, in: Music, Mind, and Invention Workshop: Creativity at the Intersection of Music and Computation, March 30 and 31, 2012, The College of New Jersey.

J. Braasch, A. Parks, T. Pastore, S. Clapp (2012) Utilizing head movements in the binaural assessment of room acoustics and analysis of complex sound source scenarios, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 132.

J, Braasch, S. Clapp, A. Parks, N. Xiang (2012) A binaural model that uses head-movements to evaluate acoustical spaces (A), J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 131, 3454.

 

2011

Parks, A., and Braasch, J., “The effect of head movement on perceived listener envelopment and apparent source width,” 131st AES Convention, New York, October 20-23, 2011.

Braasch, J., Bringsjord, S. , Kuebler, C., Oliveros, P. , Parks, A. , Van Nort, D. , “Caira – a creative artificially-intuitive and reasoning agent as conductor of telematic music improvisations,” 131st Convention AES Convention, New York, October 20-23, 2011.

Braasch, J., Parks, A. and Xiang, N. (2011): A binaural model to simulate the precedence effect with adaptive stages to compensate for head movements (A), J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 129, pp. 2486.

Other Writings

2011

Parks, A. and Braasch, J. “You Are Now Free to Move Your Head around the Concert Hall.” Lay Language Paper. 162nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. October 31, 2011.