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Model cortical responses for the detection of perceptual onsets and beat tracking in singing

Martin Coath, Susan L. Denham, Leigh M. Smith, Henkjan Honing, Amaury Hazan, Piotr Holonowicz, Hendrik Purwins
2009 Connection science  
Thanks are due to the Meertens Institute for supplying the Dutch folk songs from the 'Onder de groene linde' collection and to Frans Wiering for his help in obtaining them. Note 1.  ...  But are best appreciated by listening to the sound files of the original stimuli overlaid with synthesised percussion at the times identified by the model; http://emcap.iua.upf.es/.  ...  The model is evaluated using corpora that consist of unaccompanied singing, regarded as one of the harder problems in onset detection (Kapanci and Pfeffer 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540090902733905 fatcat:b4et6vi24vd63ja7egh2c5scce

Mental operations in rhythm: Motor-to-sensory transformation mediates imagined singing

Yanzhu Li, Huan Luo, Xing Tian, Hugo Merchant
2020 PLoS Biology  
These results suggest that neural responses can entrain the rhythm of mental activity. Moreover, the theta-band (4-8 Hz) phase coherence was localized in the auditory cortices.  ...  The coherent and frequency-specific activations in the motor-to-sensory transformation network mediate the internal construction of perceptual representations and form the foundation of neural computations  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Jeff Walker for his technical support in MEG recording' Ling Liu, Gregory Cogan, Gaoxing Zheng, and Xiaoxuan Wang for their help on data analysis and source localization; and Yi  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.3000504 pmid:33017389 fatcat:73ztd3yhkzgglkwab4tq2rblbu

Singing in congenital amusia

Simone Dalla Bella, Jean-François Giguère, Isabelle Peretz
2009 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The latter findings are consistent with the existence of separate neural pathways for auditory perception and action.  ...  Amusics' variability in singing proficiency was related to their residual pitch perceptual ability. Thus, their singing deficiency might be a consequence of their perceptual deficit.  ...  Moreover, the initiation of the vowel group is well-suited to indicate the onset of musical tones, because vowel onsets, rather than consonant onsets, are typically synchronized with the beat in singing  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.3132504 pmid:19603898 fatcat:yamkvjpafbfdfewkcyv7yn6ogu

Got Rhythm? Better Inhibitory Control Is Linked with More Consistent Drumming and Enhanced Neural Tracking of the Musical Beat in Adult Percussionists and Nonpercussionists

Jessica Slater, Richard Ashley, Adam Tierney, Nina Kraus
2018 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Drumming variability and the neural index of beat alignment each contribute unique predictive power to a regression model, explaining 57% of variance in inhibitory control.  ...  Consistent with our hypotheses, we find that better inhibitory control is correlated with more consistent drumming and enhanced neural tracking of the musical beat.  ...  The overall model accounts for 57% of variance in inhibitory control, with both drumming variability and neural index of beat alignment contributing unique predictive power to the model.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jocn_a_01189 pmid:28949825 fatcat:bqjiegsdync2ppcoqeec5bwlwi

Dynamics of brain activity in motor and frontal cortical areas during music listening: a magnetoencephalographic study

Mihai Popescu, Asuka Otsuka, Andreas A. Ioannides
2004 NeuroImage  
In this work, we recorded the magnetoencephalographic signal while subjects listened to music as it unfolded over long periods of time (seconds), and we developed and applied methods to correlate the time  ...  The results demonstrated that activity in motorrelated structures, specifically in lateral premotor areas, supplementary motor areas, and somatomotor areas, correlated with measures of rhythmicity derived  ...  Beat-tracking algorithm We used a novel beat-tracking approach, intended to provide a robust characterization of the musical rhythm reflecting its perceptual expressiveness.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2003.11.002 pmid:15050586 fatcat:gt2vqkk5ezfbjll4lg6r2lgjmq

A temporal sampling framework for developmental dyslexia

Usha Goswami
2011 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Whereas typically developing readers had earlier right-hemisphere responses, poor readers had earlier left-hemisphere responses, and cortical asymmetry predicted 50% of unique variance in phonological  ...  and weak beats).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2010.10.001 pmid:21093350 fatcat:vvgec25fcrcjph5gdw3liyyaii

Neural Mechanisms of Rhythm Perception: Current Findings and Future Perspectives

Jessica A. Grahn
2012 Topics in Cognitive Science  
Here, I consider findings from research into basic timing mechanisms and models through to the neuroscience of rhythm and meter.  ...  Although human responses to musical rhythm are universal, there is much we do not understand about how rhythm is processed in the brain.  ...  More recent formalizations of interval models have replaced the pacemaker-accumulator conception of the clock with ''process-decay models,'' which track the decay of neural activity following signal onset  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1756-8765.2012.01213.x pmid:22811317 fatcat:fb57jk2hk5g4pp2skubffdn7fq

Double dissociation of single-interval and rhythmic temporal prediction in cerebellar degeneration and Parkinson's disease

Assaf Breska, Richard B. Ivry
2018 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
The participants performed a visual detection task in which the onset of the target was predictable, based on either a rhythmic stream of stimuli, or a single interval, specified by two events that occurred  ...  Predicting the timing of upcoming events is critical for successful interaction in a dynamic world, and is recognized as a key computation for attentional orienting.  ...  We thank Claudia Tischler and Kate Duberg for their assistance data collection. This work was supported by National Institute of Health Grants NS092079 and NS105839.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1810596115 pmid:30425170 pmcid:PMC6275527 fatcat:h7cxvdgemfh47hnz4kiepjsopi

Born to dance but beat deaf: A new form of congenital amusia

Jessica Phillips-Silver, Petri Toiviainen, Nathalie Gosselin, Olivier Piché, Sylvie Nozaradan, Caroline Palmer, Isabelle Peretz
2011 Neuropsychologia  
This work was supported by grants from Fonds de Recherche en Santé du Québec to JPS, from the Academy of Finland to PT, and from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Canada  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank Mathieu for his collaboration, Frances Spidle for help with the figures and two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments on a previous draft.  ...  In contrast, Mathieu failed to period-and phase-lock his movement to the beat of most music pieces, and failed to detect most asynchronies of the model dancer.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2011.02.002 pmid:21316375 fatcat:updxhwapdbeujgmdrwipmn3j6a

Individual Differences in Rhythmic Cortical Entrainment Correlate with Predictive Behavior in Sensorimotor Synchronization

Sylvie Nozaradan, Isabelle Peretz, Peter E. Keller
2016 Scientific Reports  
Together, these results reveal a direct link between cortical and behavioral measures of rhythmic entrainment, thus providing evidence that frequency-tagged brain activity has functional relevance for  ...  We addressed this unresolved issue by examining the relationship between covert neural processes and overt behavior in the context of musical rhythm.  ...  Acknowledgements S.N. is supported by the Fund for Scientific Research of the French-speaking community of Belgium (F.R.S.-FNRS).  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep20612 pmid:26847160 pmcid:PMC4742877 fatcat:2oov2e67qvblzcy4etf3ov33ia

Working memory and auditory imagery predict sensorimotor synchronisation with expressively timed music

Ian D Colley, Peter E Keller, Andrea R Halpern
2018 Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology  
Hierarchical regression models were used to predict SMS performance, with results showing dissociations among imagery types in relation to mean absolute asynchrony, and evidence of a role for working memory  ...  In Experiment 2, a new sample of participants completed an expressive timing perception task to examine the role of imagery in perception without action.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Bucknell University Research Assistants Samantha Santomartino, Melanie Grossman, Adan Rodriguez, and Savannah Straub for their help running the experimental  ... 
doi:10.1080/17470218.2017.1366531 pmid:28797209 fatcat:x4i4lpoojvcmnfsr2ugoblgyoy

Why would Musical Training Benefit the Neural Encoding of Speech? The OPERA Hypothesis

Aniruddh D. Patel
2011 Frontiers in Psychology  
cue for the perceptual onset and duration of event onsets in music (Gordon, 1987) .  ...  The brainstem response to the spoken syllable /da/ is shown in Figure 3 , and the details of this response near syllable onset are shown in Figure 4 .  ...  Conflict of Interest Statement: The author declares that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00142 pmid:21747773 pmcid:PMC3128244 fatcat:3cdc4at4znayldgiz3moagusbu

Sensorimotor synchronization: A review of recent research (2006–2012)

Bruno H. Repp, Yi-Huang Su
2013 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
), (3) interpersonal synchronization (including musical ensemble performance), and (4) the neuroscience of SMS.  ...  The article comprises four parts, dealing with (1) conventional tapping studies, (2) other forms of moving in synchrony with external rhythms (including dance and nonhuman animals' synchronization abilities  ...  -H.S. was primarily responsible for Part 4 of the review, although both authors worked together in improving the entire manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-012-0371-2 pmid:23397235 fatcat:zipjqhgembevjiuejoueyq5cm4

Music and Games: Future Rhythmic Simulation, Implementations and Considerations

Aishwarya Jadeja, Pooja Soni, Georrge John J
2020 figshare.com  
ABSTRACT: Rhythmic abilities are highly widespread in the general population. The majority can extract the regular beat of the music and align their movements with it.  ...  in the range of cognition, language, and motor learning.  ...  Further research will be required to expand and refine the general model outlined here, preferably with different kinds of musical training and different test of musical skills, perceptual and cognitive  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13490997.v2 fatcat:scie4bspkremblvdp4db7sddyq

Music and Games: Future Rhythmic Simulation, Implementations and Considerations

Aishwarya Jadeja, Pooja Soni, Georrge John J
2020 figshare.com  
ABSTRACT: Rhythmic abilities are highly widespread in the general population. The majority can extract the regular beat of the music and align their movements with it.  ...  in the range of cognition, language, and motor learning.  ...  Further research will be required to expand and refine the general model outlined here, preferably with different kinds of musical training and different test of musical skills, perceptual and cognitive  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13490997.v1 fatcat:febsqg7igjbmnjd2h54azf73zm
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