What musicians do to induce the sensation of groove in simple and complex melodies, and how listeners perceive it

@inproceedings{Madison2014WhatMD,
  title={What musicians do to induce the sensation of groove in simple and complex melodies, and how listeners perceive it},
  author={Guy Madison and George Sioros},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
Groove is the experience of wanting to move when hearing music, such as snapping fingers or tapping feet. This is a central aspect of much music, in particular of music intended for dancing. While previous research has found considerable consistency in ratings of groove across individuals, it remains unclear how groove is induced, that is, what are the physical properties of the acoustic signal that differ between more and less groove-inducing versions. Here, we examined this issue with a… CONTINUE READING
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