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associated with high-level language processing. ... In this study, we investigate what happens to these neural representations past the superior temporal gyrus and how they engage higher-level language processing areas such as inferior frontal gyrus. ... Posterior STG is tuned to fast TMs (Ͼ10 Hz) and short time lags (Ͻ150 ms), which allows efficient processing of fine changes in the auditory input and accommodates phonological processing and phoneme identification ...doi:10.1523/jneurosci.0238-17.2017 pmid:28716965 fatcat:y7b6v6lu25hzjlkklgo2eibkju
The results show 3.36 in mean opinion scores (MOS) in our best model. We have made both the corpus and trained models for public use. ... To provide a baseline for future research, protocols, and benchmarks, we trained 4 state-of-the-art speech models and a vocoder on RyanSpeech. ... on movies, sports, music, television, restaurants, and nature as well as common questions and general discussions. • We open-sourced the corpus including all the original FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec ...arXiv:2106.08468v1 fatcat:oid4lwzdjbe4hbzwcodk464iky
Committee on Disorders of Central Auditory Process- ing. (American Speech-Language Hearing Assn, Rockville, MD) Audiological assessment of central auditory processing: An annotated bibliography. ... (US Naval Research Lab, Washington, DC) The effect of LPC nar- rowband processing and bit error rate on performance in a sentence verification task. Military Psychology, 1989, Vol 1(2), 73-89. ...
This thesis contributes to several facets of real-time computer music, using the construct of dynamic music representations as a platform towards the online retrieval and processing of information from ... We design and implement a real-time performance tracker using the audio-to-audio alignment of acoustic input with a pre-existing reference track, without any symbolic score information. ... The flexibility of human natural language enables us to describe each of these four as acts of dynamic music representation. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.4280757 fatcat:pnxntdy6hzbchhfdwuplpft2nu
In doing so, it moves from Genette's structuralist analysis of poetry to Kristeva's notion of the heterogeneity of poetic language to highlight how poetic texts unsettle signifying processes. ... It navigates through possible perspectives on the 'poetic' to discuss how recorded text and movement interact in this audio-walk for open spaces. ... The use of portable audio technology for the recording and transmission of words, music and sounds has creative implications on the poietic character of Walking Stories. ...doi:10.1386/chor.8.1.111_1 fatcat:qfsuzd5wancldnrex7eatubrnm
Its main goal is give the reader an overview of the history and the current state-of-the-art, exploring techniques and datasets used to the date, as well as identifying current challenges, such as this ... Music categorizations are vague and unclear, suffering from human subjectivity and lack of agreement. ... Acknowledgements This work has been partially funded by FEDER funds and the Spanish Government (MICINN) through projects SBPLY/17/180501/000493 and TIN2016-77902-C3-1-P. ...doi:10.1007/s10844-019-00582-9 fatcat:ajs4sfhtufd6lijtkf4icjhtii
The fast-pace editing and nonnarrative structures found in advertising and music video—not to mention the ef- fect of frequently flipping channels—have already sensitized television audiences to “unconventional ... Our task was to find a structure and a form which would allow us the space to deconstruct the hegemonic voice of the British TV news- reels. ...
Understanding how the human brain processes auditory input remains a challenge. ... The raw movie soundtrack was used to train an artificial neural network model to predict the associated neural responses. ... and staff of the clinical neurophysiology department and the patients for their time and effort; and the members of the UMC Utrecht ECoG research team for data collection. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1007992 pmid:32614826 fatcat:pvgavyv2ibcyrpkfc6nz3n52lq
2011 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo
CONSISTENCY Manuel Lang AUTOMATIC CONTENT CREATION FOR MULTIVIEW AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS USING IMAGE DOMAIN WARPING Julia Lange A PROCESSING TOOL FOR EMOTIONALLY COLOURED SPEECH Songyang Lao AUTOMATIC ... TRANSFORMATION FOR IMAGE RESIZING SEARCHING FOR VIDEOS ON APPLE IPAD AND IPHONE THE SEGMENT ONTOLOGY: BRIDGING MUSIC-GENERIC AND DOMAIN -SPECIFIC MUMA: A MUSIC SEARCH ENGINE BASED ON CONTENT ANALYSIS ...doi:10.1109/icme.2011.6011827 fatcat:wjy7yvkmvbbf3hj4wbyjapx5gu
Il a pour mission la promotion et la valorisation de la recherche. www.erudit.org Music and Movement in Dialogue: Exploring Gesture in Soundpainting Helen Julia Minors (Kingston University) E E xploring ... how music and movement can enter into a dialogue in a performance piece is a complex issue because of the many ways in which the aural and visualmovement arts can be used, and the many ways in which they ...doi:10.7202/1012354ar fatcat:4m3uml733bebpp7gxqzqfkra3y
In contrast, we present a set of tools that analyze the audio content of the speech and music and thereby allow producers to work at much higher level. ... Our tools address several challenges in creating audio stories, including (1) navigating and editing speech, (2) selecting appropriate music for the score, and (3) editing the music to complement the speech ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Kurt Andersen, Ben Manila, and Julia Wetherell for providing the raw audio recordings we used in this work. ...doi:10.1145/2501988.2501993 dblp:conf/uist/RubinBMLA13 fatcat:4d2jxpexubfwfjo2pjlkuho53i
This article gives insight into German-language sound poetry since the 1950s. ... The fourth section presents recent sound poetry by Nora Gomringer, Elke Schipper and Jörg Piringer, which are more distinctive examples relating to avant-garde poetry genres and use recording devices experimentally ... issue of sound or use musical, rhythmic and sound features, but also exhibit lexical sense. ...doi:10.7146/se.v7i1.97176 fatcat:giosvpptzzht3dxrou6hoda4y4
, and the distortion of formal syntax. ... By presenting familiar musical figures within strange new contexts, Di Castri effectively bypasses habitual modes of reception and encourages the listener to engage more actively with the work's multi-coded ... in the quartet through the use of transformational processes such as motivic variation and harmonic recontextualization. ...doi:10.7202/1051294ar fatcat:oizlz23nvfcfdl4qvy2imfzaga
In this article I focus on the genre of 'vaporwave', using the artist 18 Carat Affair as a case study, to explore the way the genre works as a project that produces, and takes pleasure in, a kind of 'memory ... As a genre, vaporwave is a style of music collaged together from a wide variety of largely background musics such as muzak®, 1980s elevator music and new age ambience. ... Acknowledgements I wish to acknowledge the support and editing suggestions of Professor Suvendrini Perera and the guidance from Professor Peter Beilharz in the completion of this article. ...doi:10.1017/s0261143017000599 fatcat:ssr3vehv6jeunfw3w635paa4yu
unfolding process. ... This paper reveals what matters—a feminist struggle invaluable in channeling the intra-personal; through the entanglement of the self, where language, meaning and subjectivity are relational to human difference ... /s via the motherboard to channels of audio-electronic processing. ...doi:10.3390/socsci8090245 fatcat:wppenmiyyrajdh6x22eafsmi3e
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