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Sounds and objects

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In recent years, we are facing an increase in the use of the word ‘object’ in reference with studies about sound perception. It is suggested that this might be due to the adoption of a visual paradigm, also supported by the noun-based structure of our natural language, which is not adequately discussed. A change in the paradigm from ‘object’ to ‘pattern’ has been proposed.
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Keywords: expectation; intention; music; object; pattern; sound

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Conservatory ‘C.Monteverdi’ and University of Plymouth

Publication date: May 17, 2012

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