Modeling Speed Doubling in Carnatic Music

@inproceedings{Subramanian2011ModelingSD,
  title={Modeling Speed Doubling in Carnatic Music},
  author={Srikumar Subramanian and Lonce L. Wyse and Kevin McGee},
  booktitle={ICMC},
  year={2011}
}
We consider the problem of modeling the feature relationships between multiple speed renditions of parts of compositions called varnams in Carnatic music, discuss related work in speech and singing synthesis and in synthesizing Carnatic music from solfege notation, present style dependent but arguably rāgā independent rules for simplifying and adjusting gamakās (continuous pitch movements) in the slower speed performance of one composition to derive the more rhythmic double speed performance… CONTINUE READING

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