Speech and Music , Acous and What Music Mig

@inproceedings{Wolfe2002SpeechAM,
  title={Speech and Music , Acous and What Music Mig},
  author={Joe Wolfe},
  year={2002}
}
In both music and speech, the perception of different subsets of acoustical features is categorical, and the categorically perceived features are most extensively notated. However, the way in which these features are used to encode different elements of the signals in music and speech is quite different, and in some ways complementary. These simple and general observations may offer some insight into the larger and speculative questions about the nature of music. One such speculation, to be… CONTINUE READING

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