Music Acoustics
Literature Database
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14 Data Sets Found
  ID: 17760  Literatur Type: article

Kausel, Wilfried; Beauchamp, James W., and Carral, Sandra (2013)
"Brass instrument power efficiency and the relationship between input impedance and transfer function (abstract),"
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 133(5 Pt. 2), 3549.
  ID: 17756  Literatur Type: inproceedings

Kausel, Wilfried; Beauchamp, James W., and Carral, Sandra (2013)
"Brass instrument power efficiency and the relationship between input impedance and transfer function,"
in Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, POMA - ICA 2013 (Acoustical Society of America, Montreal, Canada) 19, p. 035069.
  ID: 16536  Literatur Type: article

Beauchamp, James W. (2012)
"Trombone Transfer Functions: Comparison Between Frequency-Swept Sine Wave and Human Performer Input,"
Archives of Acoustics 37(4), 447-454.
  ID: 15735  Literatur Type: inproceedings

Beauchamp, James W. (2010)
"Perceptually correlated parameters of musical instrument sounds,"
in Proceedings of the Second Vienna Talk on Music Acoustics, edited by Werner Goebl (Institute of Musical Acoustics (Wiener Klangstil), Vienna, Austria) p. 17-20.
  ID: 15734  Literatur Type: inproceedings

Beauchamp, James W. (2010)
"In search for a source/filter model for brass instruments,"
in Proceedings of the Second Vienna Talk on Music Acoustics, edited by Werner Goebl (Institute of Musical Acoustics (Wiener Klangstil), Vienna, Austria) p. 13-16.
  ID: 20409  Literatur Type: article

Horner, Andrew B. and Beauchamp, James W. (2009)
"Erratum: Detection Of Time-varying Harmonic Amplitude Alterations Due To Spectral Interpolations Between Musical Instrument Tones [j. Acoust. Soc. Am.125, 492 (2009)],"
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 126(5), 2814.
  ID: 19641  Literatur Type: article

Horner, Andrew B. and Beauchamp, James W. (2009)
"Detection Of Time-varying Harmonic Amplitude Alterations Due To Spectral Interpolations Between Musical Instrument Tones,"
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 125(1), 492-502.
  ID: 24019  Literatur Type: incollection

Beauchamp, James W. (2007)
"Analysis and Synthesis of Musical Instrument Sounds (Chapter 1),"
in Analysis, Synthesis, and Perception of Musical Sounds: The Sound of Music, edited by James W. Beauchamp (Springer Verlag, New York (NY)) p. 1-89.
  ID: 25238  Literatur Type: inproceedings

Horner, Andrew B. and Beauchamp, James W. (2003)
"Discrimination of Sustained Musical Instrument Sounds Resynthesized with Randomly Altered Spectra,"
in Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2003 (ICMC, Singapore, SG).
  ID: 12061  Literatur Type: article

Mc Adams, Stephen; Beauchamp, James W., and Meneguzzi, Suzanna (1999)
"Discrimination of musical instrument sounds resynthesized with simplified spectrotemporal parameters,"
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 105(2), 882-897.
  ID: 10500  Literatur Type: inproceedings

Beauchamp, James W. (1995)
"New methods for computer analysis and synthesis of musical sounds,"
in Speech - Music - Hearing, Proceedings of the 32nd Czech Conference on Acoustics, Prag 1995 (MELKA, Alois, STEPÁNEK, Jan, OTCENÁSEK, Zdenek, Prag) p. 42186.
  ID: 9058  Literatur Type: article

Maher, Robert C. and Beauchamp, James W. (1994)
"Fundamental frequency estimation of musical signals using a two-way mismatch procedure,"
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 95(4), 2254-2263.
  ID: 15085  Literatur Type: article

Beauchamp, James W. (1993)
"Unix workstation software for analysis, graphics, modification, and synthesis of musical sounds,"
An Audio Engineering Society Reprint(3479).
  ID: 9428  Literatur Type: article

Beauchamp, James W. (1974)
"Time-variant spectra of violin tones,"
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) 56(3), 995-1004.

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