Huron's model ("Albert Bregman, Tel: 514-398-6103" )

Subject: Huron's model
From:    "Albert Bregman, Tel: 514-398-6103"  <IN09(at)MUSICB.MCGILL.CA>
Date:    Thu, 17 Dec 1992 17:17:47 EST

Forwarded message from: vciocca(at) (Ciocca, Valter) Subject: Re: David Huron's model Date: Thu, 17 Dec 92 12:37:01 WST > > RE DAVID HURON'S SCENE ANALYSIS MODEL: > > I THINK THAT BASING A WHOLE SCENE ANALYSIS SYSTEM ON PITCH IS NOT > THE RIGHT THING TO DO IN THE GENERAL CASE. PITCH SHOULD BE ONLY > ONE OF THE TIME x FREQUENCY ANALYSES. PITCH ITSELF COULD > SOMETIMES DEPEND ON SEQUENTIAL GROUPING, FOR EXAMPLE ............ > DIMENSION). PITCH WOULD COME OUT OF THE ANALYSIS AS WOULD STREAMS, > PERCEIVED LOCATION, TIMBRE DESCRIPTIONS, ETC. > In support of Al's point that pitch can be affected by grouping, Chris Darwin and i found that the pitch of a complex could be changed by mistuning one of its low-numbered components only when the mistuned component was grouped with the remaining components of the complex. Valter Ciocca

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