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P-centres are the subjective moments of occurrence of acoustic stimuli and capture properties of regularity and synchrony in production and perception. Two experiments are described which compare the effects of onset and offset amplitude variation and stimulus duration on P-centre location. The...
Sixteen right-handed participants without formal musical training performed a rhythmic multifrequency coordination task for several hours over a one-week period. Two groups were studied with respect to the assignment of hand to frequency: 1L:2R, in which the preferred right hand performed the...
Previous research has shown that, in a task requiring the detection of local deviations from mechanically precise timing in music, the relative detectability of deviations in different positions is closely related to the typical expressive timing pattern musicians produce when playing the music....
Systematic timing variations observed during music performance have usually been attributed to a musical expression hypothesis, related to relatively high-level processes, by which musicians emphasize certain events in order to transmit a particular musical interpretation to the listener. We...
Two experiments investigated the interfering effects of a manual tracking task on timing performance. Subjects generated a series of 5-s temporal productions under control (timing only) and experimental (timing + pursuit rotor tracking) conditions. Timing was more variable under experimental...
Most studies of synchronization have focused on how an established phase relationship between self-produced events (e.g., finger taps) and the clicks of a metronome is maintained when the metronome is regular or subject to unpredictable perturbations. Here we study how synchronization is...
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