Segmentation (Francesco Giomi )

Subject: Segmentation
From:    Francesco Giomi  <art%ifiidg.bitnet(at)UTCC.UTORONTO.CA>
Date:    Mon, 13 Sep 1993 08:34:10 -0400

I think that the problem is more similar to those founded in electroacoustic music analysis than in tonal music. The book of Lerdahl&Jackendoff concerns specifically with segmentation of musical groups in tonal music and, however, could be interesting to read for those problems. But the problem of sound stream segmentation into objects is open in electroacoustic music analysis. Perhaps you can find some ideas about sonic objects and their perception in these two books:" Chion, M. "Guide des object sonores" INA/Buchet/Chastel Emmerson, S. (ed.) "The language of electroacoustic music" (just the article of Denis Smalley on spectromorphology). Francesco Giomi Musicological Dep. of CNUCE - Florence

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