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Sound Improvement of Violin Playing Robot Applying Auditory Feedback

@inproceedings{Jo2017SoundIO,
  title={Sound Improvement of Violin Playing Robot Applying Auditory Feedback},
  author={Wonse Jo and Jargalbaatar Yura and D. Kim},
  year={2017}
}
Violinists learn to make better sounds by hearing and evaluating their own playing though numerous practice. This study proposes a new method of auditory feedback, which mimics this violinists’ step and verifies its efficiency using experiments. Making the desired sound quality of a violin is difficult without auditory feedback even though an expert violinist plays. An algorithm for controlling a robot arm of violin playing robot is determined based on correlations with bowing speed, bowing… Expand
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