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Re: Instrument Databases
There is also the IRCAM Studio On Line database (see
And yes, RWC provides vibrato and non-vibrato recordings.
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Gregoire, Jerry wrote:
I am looking for available databases of instruments to use in research.
I have found three: McGill, RWC, Iowa. Are there any others? And does
anyone know if RWC separates vibrato and non vibrato pieces?
Clearly describes recording methods
Variety of styles (loudness, vibrato, etc.) but does not
appear to be an exhaustive corpus
Does not differentiate different instruments, performers,
(near as I can tell)
Designed for research
Differentiates performers, (3), instrument manufacturer,
Loudness, (3 levels).
Differentiates vibrato and non vibrato?
Huge - 12 DVDs
Variety of instruments
Has some vibrato/non vibrato pieces of the same instrument.
Does not differentiate different instruments, performers.
Loudness (3 levels)