Pitch Drift in a cappella choral singing > Background
Richard Seaton is undertaking research leading to the award of a PhD (he commenced a part-time MPhil in October 2012). His topic is researching possible physical reasons for variation in pitch by choirs singing unaccompanied either in complete works or extended sections of accompanied works. The research is supported by the Acoustics Research Group http://acoustics.open.ac.uk with my supervisors, Dr Dennis Pim (Lead) and Dr David Sharp (Second). Richard is also collaborating with Prof David Howard at The University of York.
Pitch drift in a cappella choral singing