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Digital Audio Processing Tools for Music Corpus Studies [article]

Johanna Devaney
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This chapter summarises the types of information that can be extracted from audio as well as currently available audio tools for music corpus studies.  ...  Digital audio processing tools offer music researchers the opportunity to examine both non-notated music and music as performance.  ...  There has been a relatively small, but growing, body of research on audio corpus studies, influenced by developments in audio processing tools.  ... 
arXiv:2111.03895v2 fatcat:is3lgfcwrjbkfhcleph63ji4o4

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra's New Year's Concerts: Building a FAIR Data Corpus for Musicology

David M. Weigl, Chanda VanderHart, Matthäus Pescoller, Delilah Rammler, Markus Grassl, Fritz Trümpi, Werner Goebl
2022 9th International Conference on Digital Libraries for Musicology  
music information and making it available as a digital corpus of linked open data following the principles of Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) research data management.  ...  Our work is motivated both by the pursuit of our own research interests in musicology and performance science, but also by a desire to provide a useful and reusable dataset for the wider digital music  ...  For the purpose of open access, the authors have applied a CC BY public copyright licence to any Author Accepted Manuscript version arising from this submission.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3543882.3543892 fatcat:fv5o6imglfdydh63543ttlrbhe

Transpositions Within User-Posted YouTube Lyric Videos: A Corpus Study

Joseph Plazak
2016 Empirical Musicology Review  
Yet here, a corpus study is presented that challenges this very basic assumption of music perception.  ...  Implications for these observations are discussed in light of musical communication models, YouTubeology, and absolute pitch memory.  ...  Digital audio offers a number of unprecedented possibilities for researchers interested in corpus research.  ... 
doi:10.18061/emr.v11i1.4972 fatcat:igmvz3xpn5c5pbxkx3ayaykktm

Erkomaishvili Dataset: A Curated Corpus of Traditional Georgian Vocal Music for Computational Musicology

Sebastian Rosenzweig, Frank Scherbaum, David Shugliashvili, Vlora Arifi-Müller, Meinard Müller
2020 Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval  
Beyond its importance for ethnomusicological research, this carefully organized and annotated corpus constitutes a challenging scenario for music information retrieval tasks such as fundamental frequency  ...  We present a curated dataset of traditional Georgian vocal music for computational musicology.  ...  Additionally, the tool provides audiovisual feedback mechanisms for Digital Sheet Music Computational comparisons of the transcribed musical scores with the actual performances of Artem Erkomaishvili  ... 
doi:10.5334/tismir.44 fatcat:fwavfuwlv5doxby5mqqw6zeah4

A review of manual and computational approaches for the study of world music corpora

Maria Panteli, Emmanouil Benetos, Simon Dixon
2018 Journal of New Music Research  
With a large-scale computational music corpus analysis in mind we compare the tools and research questions addressed by each study and discuss strengths and weaknesses.  ...  Recent advances in technology in the field of Music Information Retrieval allow for a large-scale analysis of music corpora.  ...  Music corpus studies using computational tools have been considered in the fields of MIR and digital musicology.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09298215.2017.1418896 fatcat:n4772shirvb2znjs7relz4qdsy

Subtractive Synthesis: noise and digital (un)creativity [chapter]

Maja Ratkje
2013 Noise in and as Music  
The scene is the most welcoming of all genres and there is always a good discussion of aesthetics and tools. Why do you make it? Because of all the above!  ...  What is noise (music) to you? Noise music is liberating, life-celebrating, and demanding. At its best it is multi-dimensional, it is both dark and light, and in its own way soaringly beautiful.  ...  In 1913 the tools for audio searchability were still awaited. Unlike writing, the transition of sound from analog to digital was not accompanied by a similar revolution in searchability.  ... 
doi:10.5920/noise.04 fatcat:yv4icww36ndupp5bhqtetiudzm

Digital Musicology: Through Research and Teaching

Tim Crawford, Kevin R. Page, David Lewis, David De Roure
2017 Digital Humanities Conference  
Similarly, there is too little space to acknowledge tutors, speakers and organisers for the summer school, but their contributions have informed the above discussion in many ways. Bibliography  ...  to key audio concepts and tools.  ...  Corpus of Lute Music (ECOLM), a collection of full-text encodings and metadata for lute music.  ... 
dblp:conf/dihu/CrawfordPLR17 fatcat:x75il3vcavhullnzh6b56dzliy

Automatic Transcription of "Gambang" Balinese Gamelan

Sarah Lecompte-Bergeron, Dominic Thibault, I Putu Arya Deva Suryanegara
2022 Zenodo  
After describing the musical formation and its musical context, we will describe the method used for data acquisition, the analysis process of aforesaid dataset and transcription, concluding with an evaluation  ...  This article describes the automatic transcription process of a gambang ensemble, a type of Balinese gamelan, from multitrack audio recordings.  ...  Gili Mahendra Putra, I Gede Hery Sudharma, I Ketut Jambenegara; and their mentor; I Wayan Budiarta; who provided their knowledge and skill, and to Zachary Hejny who contributed with the instruments' audio  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7088368 fatcat:dtnvmezrtjcorknxsxwds3nflm

An open corpus for the computational research of arab-andalusian music

Rafael Caro Repetto, Niccolò Preto, Amin Chaachoo, Barış Bozkurt, Xavier Serra
2018 Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Digital Libraries for Musicology - DLfM '18  
an in depth musicological study, that can benefit from computational tools for corpusdriven research.  ...  The corpus comprises three data collections, namely audio recordings, music scores and lyrics, as well as related annotations and metadata.  ...  This work was carried out with the support of the Musical Bridges project, funded by RecerCaixa.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3273024.3273025 dblp:conf/dlfm/RepettoPCBS18 fatcat:p6wdniobyvh6firvx3jswa67zi

MIRchiving

Reinier de Valk, Anja Volk, Andre Holzapfel, Aggelos Pikrakis, Nadine Kroher, Joren Six
2017 Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Digital Libraries for Musicology - DLfM '17  
This study is a call for action for the music information retrieval (MIR) community to pay more attention to collaboration with digital music archives.  ...  This study sheds light on the current limitations and opportunities of MIR research in the context of music archives by means of examples, and highlights available tools.  ...  We thank the Lorentz Center in Leiden for hosting our interdisciplinary workshop, from which this research emerged, and the DANS archivists for their valuable input to the discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3144749.3144755 dblp:conf/ismir/ValkVHPKS17 fatcat:n7eisre2j5a5xdlyts2w6ekqoy

An Intelligent Data Repository Consolidating Artifacts of Music Learning

Michael Kalochristianakis, Panagiotis Zervas, Chrisoula Alexandraki
2022 Zenodo  
A distinct focus of this research concerns the integration of intelligent functionalities for sound analysis, description, and processing with the aim of providing efficient mechanisms for search, retrieval  ...  The repository consolidates digital artifacts that are generated, shared, and negotiated during music learning sessions, which include asynchronous student or teacher interactions, as well as synchronous  ...  metadata to a dedicated database and providing tools for content generation, analysis and processing.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6768630 fatcat:7fel25qwmbe2pntu57doayv4ta

Enabling Access To Sound Archives Through Integration, Enrichment And Retrieval: The Easaier Project

Christian Landone, Joseph Harrop, Josh Reiss
2007 Zenodo  
Previous work within the digital library community has identified strong demand for specific tools.  ...  1.INTRODUCTION A significant problem with prior research into audio processing, sound archive access and semantics is that it has often not taken into account the wealth of user needs studies in this area  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415583 fatcat:spwtiwvoo5c6lc5pzx4kdffrfy

Applications and implications of digital audio databases for the field of ethnomusicology: A discussion of the CNRS — Musée de l'Homme sound archives

Stéphanie Khoury, Joséphine Simonnot
2014 First Monday  
The online Web-based platform for the French CNRS -Musée de l'Homme audio archives offers access to about 26,000 published and unpublished recordings of traditional music from all over the world.  ...  Implemented as an archive database, its represents a collaborative scientific tool for the dissemination and production of knowledge.  ...  This provides a signal processing tool for the display and streaming of audio sound on the Web.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v19i10.5554 fatcat:dltdc2reejayfnhrqvomdetpoq

Contracapas for remote double bass and effects: Creative Semantic Anchoring, Corpus Linguistics and Remote Interaction [chapter]

Marcello Messina, Carlos Mario Gómez Mejía
2020 Zenodo  
Previous research within the g-ubimus, and in particular by the Amazon Center for Music Research, has focussed on the interpretative study of Flausino Valle's work, based in turn on the compilation of  ...  " as an ultimate and nonnegotiable source of musical "truth".  ...  A corpus of aural fragments is thus obtained, that is then reordered, processed and packed into a digital piece for prerecorded fragments and live electronics.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4248240 fatcat:ndhmqgm2orakrnboqypxk63kc4

Data-visualization and new literacies

Eduardo De Moura Almeida
2019 International journal for innovation education and research  
., Anime Music Videos (AMVs).  ...  We propose to integrate an enunciative-discursive perspective, formulated for verbal language with an analysis objective method of multimodal objects.  ...  Thus, the free software Sonic Visualiser was handy: it offers different tools and plugins not only for annotation and visualization but also to processed digitally the audio data, www.ijier.net Vol:  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol7.iss12.2025 fatcat:k7kiv4atojfvtfnr4tv735gaou
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