This site describes the research of the pioneer project:  Music, Mind, Machine on the computational modeling of music cognition. The site contains papers with sound examples, Quicktime animations, archives, demonstrations, and other material.

The Pionier project has been finalized, but the line of research is continued both in Nijmegen and in Amsterdam. The focus of Nijmegen team is now on training of auditory categories (EarOpener project) and on Brain Computer Interfacing (BCI).


 The research is made possible by the NICI and the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Radboud University Nijmegen and the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), and Stichting Technische Wetenschappen (STW) with additional support from a number of companies (e.g. Yamaha Music Nederland and TransTec bv ).


The BCI group in MMM is part of the BrainGain Consortium, in which Brain-Computer and Computer-Brain Interfaces are being developed for a wide range of applications.

MMM April 2004.