The main purpose of this paper is to illustrate the research project of the Musical Acoustics Lab- oratory of Politecnico di Milano, recently established in the premises of the Violin Museum of Cremona. The research is focused on the characterization of bowed string instruments using meth- ods from different disciplines: from material to vibrometric analysis and modelling, from acoustic radiance prediction to measurement and timbral analysis. This plethora of multimodal informa- tion is not just collected but jointly analysed and fused using machine intelligence methodologies. The techniques of analysis are described and some preliminary results are presented.

A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Characterization of Bowed String Instruments: the Musical Acoustics Lab in Cremona

ANTONACCI, FABIO;CANCLINI, ANTONIO;CORRADI, ROBERTO;LIBERATORE, ALESSANDRO;MICCOLI, STEFANO;SARTI, AUGUSTO;ZANONI, MASSIMILIANO
2015

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The main purpose of this paper is to illustrate the research project of the Musical Acoustics Lab- oratory of Politecnico di Milano, recently established in the premises of the Violin Museum of Cremona. The research is focused on the characterization of bowed string instruments using meth- ods from different disciplines: from material to vibrometric analysis and modelling, from acoustic radiance prediction to measurement and timbral analysis. This plethora of multimodal informa- tion is not just collected but jointly analysed and fused using machine intelligence methodologies. The techniques of analysis are described and some preliminary results are presented.
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