Exploring Microtonal Matching

  title={Exploring Microtonal Matching},
  author={Iman S. H. Suyoto and Alexandra L. Uitdenbogerd},
Most research into music information retrieval thus far has only examined music from the western tradition. However, music of other origins often conforms to different tuning systems. Therefore there are problems both in representing this music as well as finding matches to queries from these diverse tuning systems. We discuss the issues associated with microtonal music retrieval and present some preliminary results from an experiment in applying scoring matrices to microtonal matching. 

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