Pitch Spelling: A Computational Model

@inproceedings{Cambouropoulos2003PitchSA,
  title={Pitch Spelling: A Computational Model},
  author={Emilios Cambouropoulos},
  year={2003}
}
In this article, cognitive and musicological aspects of pitch and pitch interval representations are explored via computational modeling. The specific task under investigation is pitch spelling , that is, how traditional score notation can be derived from a simple unstructured 12-tone representation (e.g., pitch-class set or MIDI pitch representation). This study provides useful insights both into the domain of pitch perception and into musicological aspects of score notation strategies. A… CONTINUE READING

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