What you see is what you get: on visualizing music

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Abstract

Though music is fundamentally an aural phenomenon, we often communicate about music through visual means. The paper examines a number of visualization techniques developed for music, focusing especially on those devel- oped for music analysis by specialists in the field, but also looking at some less successful approaches. It is hoped that, by presenting them in this way, those in

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  • analysis
  • harmony
  • visualization

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-77952690386
  • SGR: 77952690386
  • ISBN: 0-9551179-0-9
  • PUI: 368299628

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  • Eric Isaacson

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