Investigating the role of musical genre in human perception of music stretching resistance

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Chen, Jun; Wang, Chaokun;
(2017)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Sound | Computer Science - Multimedia

To stretch a music piece to a given length is a common demand in people's daily lives, e.g., in audio-video synchronization and animation production. However, it is not always guaranteed that the stretched music piece is acceptable for general audience since music stret... View more
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