Monthly Archives: January 2013

Visualizing onset correlation

[latexpage] As Tad mentioned in previous posts, rhythmic variation is one of the key distinguishing features of jazz. We’ve been specifically interested in analyzing how drummers can create a different feel by playing “ahead of” or “behind” the beat (whatever … Continue reading

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Extracting tempo from actual drum performance patterns

DAn commented on my last post agreeing that it was circular to ask whether a drummer is “ahead” or “behind” the beat, when it is precisely the drummer we may be relying on to determine the beat.  That led me … Continue reading

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