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- Subject: music mood
- From: Luis Diez <luised.diez@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 13:41:30 +0200
- Delivery-date: Tue Jul 25 08:09:01 2006
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This is my first post to this list, I hope this issue hasn't been spoken about in the past, although it didn't show up in a search of the archives.
My name is Luis Diez, I am a doctoral student in the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid, Spain) in the economics department.
I am looking for models or software to analyze music and somehow 'calculate' a measure of its' mood (maybe following Thayer's model?).
Would anybody happen to know whether this exists?
Thanks in advance,