(Fabien Gouyon )

From:    Fabien Gouyon  <fgouyon(at)IUA.UPF.ES>
Date:    Thu, 4 Dec 2003 10:54:21 +0100

> Can anybody on the Auditory list help with references regarding the > resolution of human perception > of auditory onset times? I have some useful suggestions from the Psymus > list, but thought it worth > repeating the request here. (Thanks to Martin Braun for the suggestion.) > > I am dealing with microtiming deviations in groove music, so onsets of > drums and percussion are of > interest. Grateful for any advice. > You may be interested in reading the following reference. There is not much on resolution of human perception of auditory onset times (see chapter 3), but you will find many interesting things on microtiming deviations. J. Bilmes Timing is of the Essence: Perceptual and Computational Techniques for Representing, Learning, and Reproducing Expressive Timing in Percussive Rhythm. Masters Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993 You can download it from http://ssli.ee.washington.edu/people/bilmes/ Cheers ____________________________________________ Fabien Gouyon Universitat Pompeu Fabra, IUA, Music Technology Group, Barcelona Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Music Processing Group, Vienna (temporarily) http://www.iua.upf.es/~fgouyon ____________________________________________

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