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Musical genre classification of audio signals
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The automatic classification of audio signals into an hierarchy of musical genres is explored. Expand
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MARSYAS: a framework for audio analysis
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This paper describes MARSYAS, a framework for building audio analysis tools and integrating them using a semi-automatic graphical interface. Expand
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Sonification Report: Status of the Field and Research Agenda Prepared for the National Science Foundation by members of the International Community for Auditory Display
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of sonification research, including the current status of the field and a proposed research agenda. This paper was prepared by an interdisciplinaryExpand
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Principles for Designing Computer Music Controllers
  • P. Cook
  • Computer Science
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  • 1 April 2001
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This paper will present observations on the design, artistic, and human factors of creating digital music controllers. Expand
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Easy As CBA: A Simple Probabilistic Model for Tagging Music
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We present a probabilistic model that learns to predict the probability that a word applies to a song from audio based on a vectorquantized representation of that song’s audio. Expand
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Bayesian Nonparametric Matrix Factorization for Recorded Music
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We develop Gamma Process Nonnegative Matrix Factorization (GaP-NMF), a Bayesian nonparametric model capable of determining the number of latent sources needed to explain an audio spectrogram. Expand
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Manipulation, analysis and retrieval systems for audio signals
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In this work a series of systems for manipulating, retrieving from, and analysing large collections of audio signals will be described. Expand
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Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications
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Virtual environments such as games and animated and "real" movies require realistic sound effects that can be integrated by computer synthesis. Expand
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ChucK: A Concurrent, On-the-fly, Audio Programming Language
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ChucK is a new audio programming language for real-time synthesis, composition, and performance. Expand
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The chuck audio programming language. a strongly-timed and on-the-fly environ/mentality
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The computer has long been considered an extremely attractive tool for creating, manipulating, and analyzing sound. Expand
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