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Re: Music transcription
Dear Justin, Bertrand, Eliot and Anssi,
Thanks for the suggestions which are invaluable for me.
I would be glad to hear other suggestions, also.
P.S. Meanwhile I could not access to the PhD thesis suggested by Anssi, "Taking notes: The history, practice, and innovation of musical dictation in English and American aural skills pedagogy"
I would be grateful if anyone can send me the thesis via e-mail.
On Oct 3, 2011, at 2:50 PM, Anssi Klapuri wrote:
> Hi Ali,
>> However, I could not find much resource about manual transcription from =
>> the perspectives psychology of music, music education or music theory, =
> You can find an excellent study on the practice of musical
> dictation (an exercise of listening to a music excerpt and writing
> down the notes) and ear training pedagogy in the Ph.D. thesis
> of Hedges: "Taking notes: The history, practice, and innovation of musical
> dictation in English and American aural skills pedagogy," PhD thesis, School of Music, Indiana University, 1999.
> Some other references are mentioned in Section 2.2 "Human transcription"
> of the chapter "Introduction to Music Transcription" of the book
> "Signal Processing Methods for Music Transcription":
> Anssi Klapuri
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