Quantifying Auditory Temporal Stability in a Large Database of Recorded Music

@inproceedings{Ellis2014QuantifyingAT,
  title={Quantifying Auditory Temporal Stability in a Large Database of Recorded Music},
  author={Robert J. Ellis and Zhiyan Duan and Ye Wang},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
"Moving to the beat" is both one of the most basic and one of the most profound means by which humans (and a few other species) interact with music. Computer algorithms that detect the precise temporal location of beats (i.e., pulses of musical "energy") in recorded music have important practical applications, such as the creation of playlists with a particular tempo for rehabilitation (e.g., rhythmic gait training), exercise (e.g., jogging), or entertainment (e.g., continuous dance mixes… CONTINUE READING
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