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Study on emergence of musical periodicities considering a mutual entrainment model

  • AIZAWA Yuichi
    School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
  • HOTEIDA Yuriko
    Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
  • TAKENAKA Takeshi
    Research into Artifacts, Center for Engineering (RACE), The University of Tokyo
  • UEDA Kanji
    Research into Artifacts, Center for Engineering (RACE), The University of Tokyo

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  • 相互引き込みモデルに着目した音楽的周期性の創発に関する研究
  • ソウゴ ヒキコミ モデル ニ チャクモクシタ オンガクテキ シュウキセイ ノ ソウハツ ニ カンスル ケンキュウ

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In this paper, we aim at understanding how musical periodicities as observed in existing music scores emerge. For the purpose, we hypothecate that musical periodicities implicitly emerge based on entrainment as human physical features, and propose a music production model in which agents as nonlinear oscillators decide the timing of note onset and pitch transition through mutual entrainment. The result shows that the integrative decision of the timing of note onset and pitch transition realizes musical periodicities as observed in existing music scores and the participants of psychological experiment felt different impressions according to the production methods.

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