A Semantic Web Annotation Tool for a Web-Based Audio Sequencer

@inproceedings{Restagno2011ASW,
  title={A Semantic Web Annotation Tool for a Web-Based Audio Sequencer},
  author={Luca Restagno and Vincent Akkermans and Giuseppe Rizzo and Antonio Servetti},
  booktitle={ICWE},
  year={2011}
}
Music and sound have a rich semantic structure which is so clear to the composer and the listener, but that remains mostly hidden to computing machinery. Nevertheless, in recent years, the introduction of software tools for music production have enabled new opportunities for migrating this knowledge from humans to machines. A new generation of these tools may exploit sound samples and semantic information coupling for the creation not only of a musical, but also of a "semantic" composition. In… 
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