Correction: Music in Our Ears: The Biological Bases of Musical Timbre Perception

  title={Correction: Music in Our Ears: The Biological Bases of Musical Timbre Perception},
  author={Kailash Patil and Daniel Pressnitzer and Shihab A. Shamma and Mounya Elhilali},
  journal={PLoS Computational Biology},
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