Prediction of Musical Affect Using a Combination of Acoustic Structural Cues

@inproceedings{Leman2005PredictionOM,
  title={Prediction of Musical Affect Using a Combination of Acoustic Structural Cues},
  author={Marc Leman and Valery Vermeulen and Liesbeth De Voogdt and Dirk Moelants and Micheline Lesaffre},
  year={2005}
}
This study explores whether musical affect attribution can be predicted by a linear combination of acoustical structural cues. To that aim, a database of sixty musical audio excerpts was compiled and analyzed at three levels: judgments of affective content by subjects; judgments of structural content by musicological experts (i.e., “manual structural cues”), and extraction of structural content by an auditory-based computer algorithm (called: acoustical structural cues). In Study I, an affect… CONTINUE READING

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