Machine Recognition of Music Emotion: A Review

@article{Yang2012MachineRO,
  title={Machine Recognition of Music Emotion: A Review},
  author={Yi-Hsuan Yang and Homer H. Chen},
  journal={ACM TIST},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={40:1-40:30}
}
The proliferation of MP3 players and the exploding amount of digital music content call for novel ways of music organization and retrieval to meet the ever-increasing demand for easy and effective information access. As almost every music piece is created to convey emotion, music organization and retrieval by emotion is a reasonable way of accessing music information. A good deal of effort has been made in the music information retrieval community to train a machine to automatically recognize… CONTINUE READING
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