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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Alvise Vidolin Conservatorio “C. Pollini” PadovaMusica elettronicaEmeritus. Musica Informatica e Teoria Musicale more.
Evaluation of Test of Automatic Performance more. Musical perspectives on composition, sonification and performace more. Augmenting traditional instruments with a motion capture system more. Convolving a clarinet with a piano more. A neural networks based system for automatic performance of musical scores more.
Symbolic and sub-symbolic rules system for real-time score vidolon more. Journal of The Acoustical Society of America. La musica elettronica e il restauro dei documenti sonori more. Contesti culturali e tecnologici more. Journal of New Music Research. Usually, in the spoken language, a speaker can give different meanings to his words by introducing aalvise in the prosodic factors of the sentence.
In a musical performance, the player can also introduce different expressive intentions In a musical performance, the player can also introduce different expressive intentions within, virolin, the limitations of the score.
Attention here, is turned towards the analysis how these intentions are communicated to the listeners. Perceptive tests were used to determine how some listeners’ impressions arranged the musical pieces heard within a hypothetical n-dimensional space.
Factor Analysis, MultiDimensional Scaling and Cluster Analysis applied to the subjects’ replies verified that groups of listeners alvsie different cultural preparation, could recognize the performer’s intentions. Alvuse was then possible to reduce the size of the problem, in that the alvjse had created a space into which the pieces were set, so that these could be subdivided into a reduced number of clusters.
The synthesis of some performances and the successive perceptive analysis of the same, verified the results emerging from this study. Music score interpretation using a multilevel knowledge base more. Preserving Electroacoustic Music more.
Nevertheless, in order to adapt this instrument to the modern tunings and viodlin avoid the aging, it needs to be modified and often Nevertheless, in order to adapt this instrument to the modern tunings and to avoid the aging, it needs to be modified and often distorts its structure in an irreversible way.
Adding Expressiveness to Musical Messages more. A system to add expressiveness to musical messages has been developed, starting from the results of acoustic and perceptual analyses. The system allows to obtain different performances, by modifying the acoustic parameters of a given The system allows to obtain different performances, by modifying the acoustic parameters of a given neutral performance. The modification of the input performance is performed by a model that uses the hierarchical segmentation of the musical organization.
For every hierarchical level, opportune curves are applied to the principal acoustic parameters.
Level’s self-similarity is the main criteria to construct the curves. The modular structure of the system defines an open architecture, where the rendering alvuse can be realized both with synthesis and post-processing techniques. Different synthesis techniques, allvise FM, physical vidloin or wavetable have been explored. Physical Model and Open Architecture. Expressive morphing for interactive performance of musical scores more.
Music Performance and New Music. This paper describes an analysis of how the performance of a score differs when musicians are requested to play with differing expression. A professional violinist was asked to play short pieces of music in different versions expressing A professional violinist was asked to play short pieces of music in different versions expressing light, heavy, soft, hard, bright, and dark. For comparison, a normal, standard performance was recorded.
It was possible to identify two distinct expressive sources.
The first refers the musical structure of the period, its division into phrases and the continuous alternation of tension and relaxation points. The second depends on the expressive intentions that the musician wants to convey to the listeners. Kinematics-energy space for expressive interaction in music performance more. User Interface and Music Performance.
Preservation at CSC more.
Understanding the content in musical gestures is an ambitious issue in scientific environment. Several studies demonstrated how different expressive intentions can be conveyed by a musical performance and correctly recognized by the Several studies demonstrated how different expressive intentions can be conveyed by a musical performance and correctly recognized by the listeners: In this paper we draw an overview of the studies which have been done at the Center of Computational Sonology CSC during the last year on automatic recognition of musical gestures.
These studies can be grouped in two main branches: A brief description of the implementations and validations is presented. Music Performance and Computer Based Communication.
Modeling and control of expressiveness in music performance more. Sonological Analysis of Clarinet Expressivity more. Each performance was inspired giving the player a sensorial type adjective in order to suggest various kinds of Each performance was inspired giving the player a sensorial type adjective in order to suggest various kinds of expressive intentions.
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