Perceptual coherence as an analytic for procedural music and audio mappings in virtual space
AUG 23, 2017 19:41 PM
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Perceptual coherence as an analytic for procedural music and audio mappings in virtual space

Rob Hamilton, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics Stanford University

This article measures users' perceptions of coherence, or “fit,” between audio and visual data within simulated environments and calculates the relative contributions of crossmodal attributes.

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