Re: Archiving and access & analysis


Subject: Re: Archiving and access & analysis
From: Eliot Handelman (eliot@generation.net)
Date: Sun Oct 16 2005 - 18:47:55 EDT


Kevin Austin wrote:

> This is an interesting approach and could generate some results of a
> general nature. I think that the community Ned is speaking of is more
> 'refined' than this however, and the keywords would (at some time)
> need to be linked to some form of marker within the file.

It's trivial. You have a page per sound with descriptors. Even if only
to get some sense whether our
labelling concepts are at all similiar it could be interesting. All
that's needed are many people to contribute
descriptions.

As a database linking sounds with verbal descriptions it could open up
all sorts of research.

>
> Once this 'not so trivial' task has been accomplished, the greater
> task begins. The 'labeling' one I would consider somewhat equivalent
> to labeling half close cadences in Bach chorales.

That's more or less like labelling a sound by its duration -- lacks
affective zing. If you said
"this is a squishy half cadence" you might come closer.

-- eliot



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