Publication: Routledge Companion to Aural Skills Pedagogy

Chapter discussing web-based practice tool appears in new edited volume
Jonathan has contributed a chapter about Audit, his web-based practice tool for harmonic discrimination, to the recently-published Routledge Companion to Aural Skills Pedagogy edited by Kent Cleland and Paul Fleet.

Audit was developed in 2018 to generate practice questions in harmonic discrimination (recognising the constituent notes of more or less consonant piano chords) for Royal College of Music students preparing for their Applied Aural Skills assessments.

Jonathan's chapter gives an account of the development of the software, paying particular attention to the ways in which the formulation of its generative rules and processes involved the articulation of informally-accumulated knowledge about the perceptual and pedagogical processes involved. You can read an abstract here.