Similarity knowledge formalisation for audio engineering

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Sauer, Christian; Roth-Berghofer, Thomas; Auricchio, Nino; Proctor, Sam;
  • Subject: computer_science

This paper describes an approach to externalisation of the tacit knowledge used by experienced audio engineers to affectively describe emotions evoked by a sound or piece of music. We formalised the adjectives describing the timbre of a sound as well as their relationsh... View more
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