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Visualizing Music Psychology: A Bibliometric Analysis of Psychology of Music, Music Perception, and Musicae Scientiae from 1973 to 2017

Anglada-Tort, Manuel ; Sanfilippo, Katie Rose M. (2019-01-25)

Music psychology has grown drastically since being established in the middle of the 19th century. However, until now, no large-scale computational bibliometric analysis of the scientific literature in music psychology has been carried out. This study aims to analyze all published literature from the journals Psychology of Music, Music Perception, and Musicae Scientiae. The retrieved literature ...

Commentary on Canonne (2018): Listening to Improvisation

Anglada-Tort, Manuel (2018)

The target study explores whether evaluations of the same piece of music differ under two distinct listening conditions: listening to a piece described either as an improvisation or as a preexisting composition. Participants (N = 16) in the two conditions listened to the same musical piece and provided verbal evaluative judgements. The author used a grounded theory approach to analyze listeners...

ABC_DJ Implementation in Territories Outside Europe

Reguera, Lucía ; Muñoz, Bruno ; Pozo, Nerea (2019-01-02)

This report lays the foundation for a possible transfer of novel audio branding and in-store music concepts, monetising schemes to Asia and the Americas. A first survey of procedural, legal, technical and cultural requirements for the export of audio branding services is produced. Being the final analysis of our research, we have dedicated this document to the legal backdrop and regulations of...

Agreement on a New Single License Model for In-Store Audio Systems for European Collecting Societies

Reguera, Lucía ; Muñoz, Bruno ; Pozo, Nerea ; Roozendaal, Dave (2019-01-02)

The goal of this document is to propose a novel, convenient and adequate in-store license model for both users and CMOs. To this end we have carried out a case study integrating three different users, from a CMO perspective: A Music Provider, and two end users (a 100 sq m clothing store and bar). The goal is to demonstrate, in a practical way, the procedures these users would need to follow, i...

Final Research Report for Sound Design and Audio Player

Schwarz, Diemo ; Fourer, Dominique (2018-12-31)

This deliverable describes the work on Task 4.3 Algorithms for sound design and feature developments for audio player. The audio player runs on the in-store player (ISP) and takes care of rendering the music playlists via beat-synchronous automatic DJ mixing, taking advantage of the rich musical content description extracted in T4.2 (beat markers, structural segmentation into intro and outro, m...

Final Research Report on Auto-Tagging of Music

Schwarz, Diemo ; Peeters, Geoffroy ; Cohen-Hadria, Alice ; Fourer, Dominique ; Marchand, Ugo ; Mignot, Rémi ; Cornu, Frédéric ; Laffitte, Pierre ; Schindler, Daniel ; Hofmann, Robin ; Spadaveccia, Rino (2018-12-12)

The deliverable D4.7 concerns the work achieved by IRCAM until M36 for the “auto-tagging of music”. The deliverable is a research report. The software libraries resulting from the research have been integrated into Fincons/HearDis! Music Library Manager or are used by TU Berlin. The final software libraries are described in D4.5. The research work on auto-tagging has concentrated on four aspe...

Music Providers Landscape Europe

Torres, Borja ; Roozendaal, Dave ; Reguera, Lucía (2016-06-30)

This text gives a comprehensive overview of the landscape of European music creators and their respective multipliers in an audio branding and in-store music context. This includes an investigation of music management procedures as well as audio file formats and qualities in use.

Analysis of European IP Laws for Audio Branding Context

Reguera, Lucía ; Planas, Noemí ; Muñoz, Bruno (2016-12-31)

This document is the first of two dealing with the legal regulations and the management of the Intellectual Property (IP) rights involved in audio branding processes and is complemented with document D7.1. After conducting a thorough search of bibliography both online and in specialised libraries, and holding informal meetings with the Commission’s department in charge of copyright policy and l...

Survey Report: Audio Branding Support Systems

Schindler, Daniel Artur ; Miccoli, Stefano ; Torres, Borja (2016-04-29)

Existing tools for use in audio branding are surveyed and typical core work steps are defined. Particular attention is paid to professional metaphors in use and intuitive usability which support audio branding communication, workflows, automation, monitoring and maintenance. Furthermore design of UIs which give representation support are examined in detail. Results are arranged into concrete re...

Common Definitions in Audio Branding Processes

Haaksman, Felix ; Schönrock, Andreas ; Borgstedt, Silke ; Peeters, Geoffroy ; Muñoz, Bruno ; Lepa, Steffen ; Canepa, Alessandro ; Cardinale, Paolo ; Schindler, Daniel (2017-04-06)

To minimise internal and external misconceptions on any level, an internal terminology standard concerning music, business and advertising semantics for the ABC_DJ project was created in March 2016. According to their respective expertise all members of the consortium defined project relevant terms from their respective field of expertise resulting in this dictionary, built upon professional us...

Report on Collecting Schemes Europe

Reguera, Lucía ; Muñoz, Bruno ; Planas, Noemí ; Pozo, Nerea (2016-06-30)

This document is the second of two dealing with the legal regulation and the management of the Intellectual Property (IP) rights involved in audio branding processes and is complemented by document D7.2. There are no reports or compendia dealing with the management of IP rights from the point of view of audio branding. Thus, we have conducted surveys among the Collective Management Organization...

Cognitive Rhythms Reluctantly Revisited

Kowal, Sabine ; O'Connell, Daniel C. (1985)

In response to the Power (1983) - Beattie (1984) controversy, a more general critique of the construct of cognitive rhythms is presented. It is argued that the term itself is a misnomer, that the relevance of articulation rate has been neglected, that fluent and hesitant phases of cognitive rhythms have been assessed both subjectively and intuitively, that the speech-production model underlying...

The Use of Time in Storytelling

Kowal, Sabine ; Wiese, Richard ; O'Connell, Daniel C. (1983)

A total of 18 experimental corpora of spontaneous speech in five languages (English, Finnish, French, German, and Spanish) were examined under the hypothesis that they are characterized by commonalities in the use of time. Each study was based on the same speech type, story telling elicited by pictorial materials. The temporal measures were speech and articulation rates, pause duration, phrase ...

The Trouble with "Articulatory" Pauses

Hieke, Adolf E. ; Kowal, Sabine ; O'Connell, Daniel C. (1983)

The historical provenance of a minimum cut-off point (of about 0.25 sec) for pauses in temporal analyses of speech production is associated with Goldman-Eisler's usage. Her rationale was the predominance of articulatory pauses at lengths shorter than 0.25 sec. Both phonotactic facts and empirical analysis of several corpora of readings disconfirm this predominance with respect to pauses 0.13-0....

False memories in music listening: exploring the misinformation effect and individual difference factors in auditory memory

Anglada-Tort, Manuel ; Baker, Thomas ; Müllensiefen, Daniel (2018-11-14)

The study of false memory has had a profound impact on our understanding of how and what we remember, as shown by the misinformation paradigm [Loftus, E. F. (2005). Planting misinformation in the human mind: A 30-year investigation of the malleability of memory. Learning & Memory, 12(4), 361–366. doi:10.1101/lm.94705] Add to Citavi project by DOI. Though misinformation effects have been demonst...

Zum Symposium "Sprache und Pragmatik"

Redder, Angelika (1987)

Das schon traditionelle - fünfte - Lunder Symposium „Sprache und Pragmatik" war in diesem Jahr keinem pragmatischen Einzelproblem gewidmet. Vielmehr hatte Inger Rosengren zu einer Behandlung des Themas „Sprachsystem und Handlungssystem" geladen. Dies implizierte theoretische und methodologische Diskussionen sowie wissenschaftstheoretische Reflexion. Das komplexe Programm wurde durch das bewährt...

Developmental Linguistics

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1981)

For a decade or so, scattered groups of linguists, first in America and now even more so in Europe, have found that so far äs their own interests are concerned, there are insurmountable contradictions with the reigning view of the structuralists, transformationalists, etc., that the proper object of linguistic investigation is the idiolect. They have consequently looked in other directions for ...

An analytical outline of A. Schütz’s semiotics

Böttner, Michael ; Günther, Arnold (1982)

It is our intention in this paper to give explicit definitions of semiotic concepts as they were used in phenomenological writings by A. Schütz, thus clarifying a system of concepts that seems to be of some relevance for the development of a framework for semiotics. The system of semiotic concepts proposed by A. Schütz, however, is not in a state in which it can be used or studied by nonphenome...

Untapped principles of language-teaching

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1985)

No claim is being made here that this principle is original with me, at least not ultimately. The psychological basis for it has been (in another connection) stated by G. Nickel (1972:13): "... da das zuerst Gelernte offensichtlich meistens und besonders stark haftet". ("... since what is learned first obviously sticks most often and especially strongly".). While the principle of teaching the e...

Fashions in English or a standard?

Bailey, Charles-James N. (1987)

Because ofthe inextricably authoritarian sense attached to 'Standardlanguage' in Europe, nonauthoritarian and, äs has proved to be the case, ultimately indefinable uses of 'Standard English' by Anglo-Saxon scholars cause untold confusion among non-Anglo-Saxons. This article discusses anomalies resulting from this confusion, including deleterious effects on the learning of English in Europe and ...