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A Computational Examination of Spectral Music
Jeffrey E. Boyd, Friedemann Sallis, Martin Ritter - pag. 129-160
The goal of this paper is to examine part of a spectral composition in order to present methodologies that enable the examination of music, which would otherwise escape analytical scrutiny. To do this we combine the traditional scholarly methods of musicology and the scientific examination of acoustic data requiring the skills and techniques of computer science and mathematics. By combining the skills and the knowledge of the musicologist and the computer scientist, we hope to propose solutions to some of the issues that arise in the study of this type of music and to contribute to the burgeoning field of computational musicology.