Music Emotion Recognition: From Content- to Context-Based Models
From Sounds to Music and Emotions
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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The striking ability of music to elicit emotions assures its prominent status in human culture and every day life. Music is often enjoyed and sought for its ability to induce or convey emotions, which may manifest in anything from a slight variation in mood, to changes in our physical condition and actions. Consequently, research on how we might associate musical pieces with emotions and, more generally, how music brings about an emotional response is attracting ever increasing attention. First, this paper provides a thorough review of studies on the relation of music and emotions from different disciplines. We then propose new insights to enhance automated music emotion recognition models using recent results from psychology, musicology, affective computing, semantic technologies and music information retrieval.
AuthorsBarthet, M; FAZEKAS, G; Sandler, M
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