Research

Abregu E., Vergara R. O. (2019). The sound space in music . In Anache D. (comp.), Tekné. Buenos Aires: Fundación Alfonso y Luz Castillo, pp. 45-56, ISBN 978-987-46951- 3-0. Online Version


Etchemendy P. E., Abregu E., Calcagno E. R., Eguia M. C., Vechiatti N., Iasi F., Vergara R. O. (2017). Auditory environmental context affects visual distance perception . Scientific Reports. No 7. Online Version


Spiousas I., Etchemendy P., Eguia M. C., Calcagno E. R., Abregu E. y Vergara R. O. (2017). Sound spectrum influences auditory distance perception of sound sources located in a room environment Frontiers in Psychology. Online Version


Etchemendy P. E., Spiousas I., Calcagno E. R., Abregu E., Eguia M. C., Vergara R. O. (2017). Direct-location versus verbal report methods for measuring auditory distance perception in the far field. Behavior Research methods. Vol 49, 1-14. Online Version


Calcagno E. R., Abregu E. y Vergara R.O. (2014). Revisión de los aspectos más relevantes en el estudio de la percepción auditiva de distancia. Interamerican Journal of Psychology, Vol. 48, No1 3-12. Online Version


Calcagno E. R., Abregu E., Eguía M. C. y Vergara, R. O. (2012). The Role of Vision in Auditory Distance Perception Perception 41, 175-192. Online Version


Abregu E., Calcagno E. R. & Vergara R. O. (2012). La distancia como factor estructural de la música Revista Argentina de Musicología No 12-13, 379-400. Online Version


Abregu E. (2011). Two studies for the interior strata . Buenos aires, Argentina. Melos Music Editions. 28 pp. MEL 19302. Online Version

Doctoral Thesis

Distance perception applied to sound art – Ezequiel Abregu (2018) (online version)

Abregu E. (2018). Distance perception applied to sound art . Bernal, Argentina: National University of Quilmes. 191 pp. http://ridaa.unq.edu.ar

One of his main interests is to study the cues (acoustic and non-acoustic) involved in audiovisual distance perception (ADP / VDP) in humans. In the artistic field, there are few examples where the parameter of the ADP / VDP has been used as an organizer of sound elements, building a space in which the listener is able, for example, to recognize patterns of trajectories or different textures and planes in depth. The general objective of this work focuses on conducting an investigation with a double perspective: