machine for pitch and timbral analysis (fwd) (Ying-Fen Wang )

Subject: machine for pitch and timbral analysis (fwd)
From:    Ying-Fen Wang  <nanguanl(at)CCMS.NTU.EDU.TW>
Date:    Thu, 6 Feb 1997 09:18:56 +0800

Dear list, I am not sure if this is the right list to post this question. But I am giving it a try. We are a newly established graduate institute of musicology at National Taiwan University. We are trying to set up a new lab. The most basic task we hope to accomplish is to be able to analyze the basic elements of sound, such as frequency, amplitude, overtones, or other elements related to pitch and timbral analysis. We also hope that the machine can allow us to do some sound/image editing. Eventually, we hope to expand the lab to do interdisciplinary studies with music perception and cognition, collaborating with faculty in neural network, artificial intelligence, medical engineering, acoustics, linguistics, etc. I checked the web page for this list but could not find any information I need. Hence my query here. Sorry if my questions are too unspecific. Please reply privately. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Best regards, Ying-fen Wang National Taiwan University p.s. How's your melody book coming?

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