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Hearing music

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Hearing music. / Howard, D M; Tyrrell, A M; Murrin, P.

SIPS 97 - 1997 IEEE WORKSHOP ON SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION. ed. / MK Ibrahim; P Pirsch; J McCanny. NEW YORK : I E E E, 1997. p. 330-339.

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Howard, DM, Tyrrell, AM & Murrin, P 1997, Hearing music. in MK Ibrahim, P Pirsch & J McCanny (eds), SIPS 97 - 1997 IEEE WORKSHOP ON SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION. I E E E, NEW YORK, pp. 330-339, 1997 IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Systems (SiPS 97) - Design and Implementation, LEICESTER, 3/11/97.

APA

Howard, D. M., Tyrrell, A. M., & Murrin, P. (1997). Hearing music. In MK. Ibrahim, P. Pirsch, & J. McCanny (Eds.), SIPS 97 - 1997 IEEE WORKSHOP ON SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION (pp. 330-339). NEW YORK: I E E E.

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Howard DM, Tyrrell AM, Murrin P. Hearing music. In Ibrahim MK, Pirsch P, McCanny J, editors, SIPS 97 - 1997 IEEE WORKSHOP ON SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION. NEW YORK: I E E E. 1997. p. 330-339

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Howard, D M ; Tyrrell, A M ; Murrin, P. / Hearing music. SIPS 97 - 1997 IEEE WORKSHOP ON SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION. editor / MK Ibrahim ; P Pirsch ; J McCanny. NEW YORK : I E E E, 1997. pp. 330-339

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