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From a PhD to Assisting BioMusic Research
  This chapter describes the author’s practice and experience in transitioning from being a PhD in Music Technology candidate to a research assistant on a large-scale funded project. Both research works were delivered in a multidisciplinary environment and through a continuous feedback loop between academics, musicians and industry partners. The practice of these works was driven by computer science approaches applied in a musical context. Challenges imposed by the research and the timeline were significant, but at the same time, they fostered musical creativity and contribution to knowledge. Different aspects of practice-based research in this setting will be described relying on the author’s observations and experience.

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    31 December 2021

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    European Research Council


Di Donato, B. (2021). From a PhD to Assisting BioMusic Research. In C. Vear (Ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Practice-Based Research (642-649). Routledge.


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