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Identifying Musical Performance Behavior in Instrumentalists Using Computer-Based Sound Spectrum Analysis
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BCFRME Volume 110, ISSN 0010-9894

Abstract

Examines relationships between musical information processed by a computer-based sound analysis system and the audiovisual record of a performer's response to musical assignments. Concludes that computer analysis permits identification of performance behavior. Suggests that a database could be designed to provide both diagnostic response to performance and instructional feedback for skill acquisition. (SG)

Citation

Rees, F.J. & Michelis, R.M. (1991). Identifying Musical Performance Behavior in Instrumentalists Using Computer-Based Sound Spectrum Analysis. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 110, 53-66. Retrieved December 2, 2021 from .

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