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Future Directions of Music Cognition
To understand and formalize the perceptual outcomes produced by certain orchestration techniques, researchers studying the psychology of timbre rely largely on combining the listeners perception reports with audio analysis of musical excerpts. Despite their ability to predict many aspects of auditory perception, mathematical auditory models have been scarcely explored in understanding the neurophysiological basis of music perception. If implemented, these models can quickly simulatedoi:10.18061/fdmc.2021.0048 fatcat:opw2346alraahgmgb3d5akjopm