Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval: Third International Symposium, CMMR 2005, Pisa, Italy, September 26-28, 2005, Revised Papers

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Springer Science & Business Media, May 11, 2006 - Computers - 273 pages
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Third International Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval Symposium, CMMR 2005, held in Pisa, Italy, in September 2005. The 24 revised full papers presented were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and improvement. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the area, the papers address a broad variety of topics. The papers are organized in topical sections on sound synthesis; music perception and cognition; interactive music: interface, interaction, gestures and sensors, music composition; music retrieval: music performance, music analysis, music representation; as well as interdisciplinarity and computer music.
 

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Contents

Application to the Clarinet and the Saxophone
1
Playability Issues
24
The pureCMusic pCM++ Framework as OpenSource Music Language
34
Timbre Variations as an Attribute of Naturalness in Clarinet Play
45
Displaying Gross Timbre Information from a Score
54
A Possible Model for Predicting Listeners Emotional Engagement
60
About the Determination of Key of a Musical Excerpt
76
An Interactive Musical Exhibit Based on Infrared Sensors
92
Gran Cassa and the Adaptive Instrument FeedDrum
149
Generating and Modifying Melody Using Editable Noise Function
164
Unifying Performer and Accompaniment
169
Part One
185
Improving Prototypical Artist Detection by Penalizing Exorbitant Popularity
196
Music Analysis and Modeling Through Petri Nets
201
A Review on Techniques for the Extraction of Transients in Musical Signals
219
Dimensionality Reduction in Harmonic Modeling for Music Information Retrieval
233

A Game Environment for Music Performance
101
Strategies for the Control of Microsound Synthesis Within the GMU Project
110
Building LowCost Music Controllers
123
Evaluation of Sensors as Input Devices for Computer Music Interfaces
130
Aspects of the Multiple Musical Gestures
140
Towards a Musicologists Workbench
249
An Editor for Lute Tablature
259
When Will the Humanities Get into the Act?
265
Author Index
274
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