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Correlation of gestural musical audio cues and perceived expressive qualities

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An empirical study on the perceived semantic quality of musical content and its relationship with perceived structural audio features is presented. In a first study, subjects had to judge a variety of musical excerpts using adjectives describing different emotive/affective/expressive qualities of music. Factor analysis revealed three dimensions, related to valence, activity and interest. In a second study, semantic judgements were then compared with automated and manual structural descriptions of the musical audio signal. Applications of the results in domains of audio-mining, interactive multimedia and brain research are straightforward.
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SIMILARITY, AUDITORY MODEL, RATINGS

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Leman, Marc, et al. “Correlation of Gestural Musical Audio Cues and Perceived Expressive Qualities.” Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, edited by Antonio Camurri and Gualtiero Volpe, vol. 2915, 2003, pp. 40–54.
APA
Leman, M., Vermeulen, V., De Voogdt, L., Taelman, J., Moelants, D., & Lesaffre, M. (2003). Correlation of gestural musical audio cues and perceived expressive qualities. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 2915, 40–54.
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Leman, Marc, Valery Vermeulen, Liesbeth De Voogdt, Johan Taelman, Dirk Moelants, and Micheline Lesaffre. 2003. “Correlation of Gestural Musical Audio Cues and Perceived Expressive Qualities.” Edited by Antonio Camurri and Gualtiero Volpe. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2915: 40–54.
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Leman, Marc, Valery Vermeulen, Liesbeth De Voogdt, Johan Taelman, Dirk Moelants, and Micheline Lesaffre. 2003. “Correlation of Gestural Musical Audio Cues and Perceived Expressive Qualities.” Ed by. Antonio Camurri and Gualtiero Volpe. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2915: 40–54.
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Leman M, Vermeulen V, De Voogdt L, Taelman J, Moelants D, Lesaffre M. Correlation of gestural musical audio cues and perceived expressive qualities. Camurri A, Volpe G, editors. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. 2003;2915:40–54.
IEEE
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M. Leman, V. Vermeulen, L. De Voogdt, J. Taelman, D. Moelants, and M. Lesaffre, “Correlation of gestural musical audio cues and perceived expressive qualities,” Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, vol. 2915, pp. 40–54, 2003.
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  abstract     = {An empirical study on the perceived semantic quality of musical content and its relationship with perceived structural audio features is presented. In a first study, subjects had to judge a variety of musical excerpts using adjectives describing different emotive/affective/expressive qualities of music. Factor analysis revealed three dimensions, related to valence, activity and interest. In a second study, semantic judgements were then compared with automated and manual structural descriptions of the musical audio signal. Applications of the results in domains of audio-mining, interactive multimedia and brain research are straightforward.},
  author       = {Leman, Marc and Vermeulen, Valery and De Voogdt, Liesbeth and Taelman, Johan and Moelants, Dirk and Lesaffre, Micheline},
  editor       = {Camurri, Antonio and Volpe, Gualtiero},
  isbn         = {9783540210726},
  issn         = {0302-9743},
  journal      = {Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence},
  keywords     = {SIMILARITY,AUDITORY MODEL,RATINGS},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Genova, Italy},
  pages        = {40--54},
  title        = {Correlation of gestural musical audio cues and perceived expressive qualities},
  volume       = {2915},
  year         = {2003},
}

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