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[Timber is a multidimensional perceptional space and therefore much more difficult to understand compared to pitch perception (Licklider 1951). When subjects are asked to decide about similarities of sounds where pitch and timbre are altered, clearly the pitch change dominates the timbre change....
[The rhythms found in the music of the world are either divisive or additive. A divisive example is Western notation of Classical, Rock, or Pop music. In a 4/4 meter, one bar is divided into four quarters which again are split into two quavers or four semi-quavers etc., showing a hierarchical...
[Pitch is a psychological phenomenon, therefore also called virtual pitch, which is related to the physical spectrum of a sound on a one dimensional interval scale. When relating pitch to frequency, a perceived tone can be associated to a frequency number. Comparing two tones can then be done by...
[Sound 1 dizi_without_with_membrane.wav Two dizi tones of same pitch, the first without, the second with membrane attached (section Mirliton).]
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