PP-2004-34: Is Timing Tempo-Specific? An Online Internet Experiment on Perceptual Invariance of Timing in Music

PP-2004-34: Honing, Henkjan (2004) Is Timing Tempo-Specific? An Online Internet Experiment on Perceptual Invariance of Timing in Music. [Report]

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Is Timing Tempo-Specific? An Online Internet Experiment on Perceptual Invariance of Timing in Music Henkjan Honing Abstract: This study is concerned with the question whether there is perceptual invariance of expressive timing under tempo-transformation in music performance. This is investigated by asking listeners to compare an original audio recording with a tempo-transformed (or time-stretched) version, using an online experimental design. The results show that a significant proportion of the respondents could identify (and preferred) an original recording. The results are taken as evidence for the timing-is-tempo-specific hypothesis, and counter evidence for the relational invariance hypothesis.

Item Type: Report
Report Nr: PP-2004-34
Series Name: Prepublication (PP) Series
Year: 2004
Uncontrolled Keywords: Music cognition, Music perception, Music performance
Subjects: Cognition
Depositing User: Henkjan Honing
Date Deposited: 12 Oct 2016 14:36
Last Modified: 12 Oct 2016 14:36
URI: https://eprints.illc.uva.nl/id/eprint/145

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