[Bell Historians] People's perception of pitches in bell sounds

RON EAST ronald.east at btinternet.com
Sat Aug 1 09:00:02 BST 2020

 HiThere are, sadly, problems with the construction of the survey. I hope these comments will help the student to improve the design.Q11: Do you have a musical education? I answered NOQ12: If yes, how long have you been making music? I did not answer this question because my answer was NO to Q11. However, the survey would not let you leave the page until some time period had been selected.Q16: How much do you know about bell tower? Is this a piece of software called Bell Tower or should the question have been 'What do you know about a bell tower'?I did not get further in the survey than that page.RegardsRon East

    On Friday, 31 July 2020, 10:44:23 BST, Dickon Love <dickon at lovesguide.com> wrote:  
I am sending the following request on behalf of my friend, Scott Orr from UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/heritage/ . I hope you will be interested in completing this short survey which will be supporting research into the area of bell sounds.


As part of a student research project on the MSc Data Science for Cultural Heritage at UCL, we invite you to complete a short survey on the perception of strike notes in large bells, available at:


Feel free to share with anyone who might be interested. We are keen to include people both with and without musical backgrounds regardless of specialist knowledge pertaining to bells.

Thank you in advance for your time.




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