Werner Goebl
Werner Goebl
Department of Music Acoustics, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
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Synchronization of timing and motion among performing musicians
W Goebl, C Palmer
Music Perception 26 (5), 427-438, 2009
2982009
Computational models of expressive music performance: The state of the art
G Widmer, W Goebl
Journal of New Music Research 33 (3), 203-216, 2004
2732004
In search of the Horowitz factor
G Widmer, S Dixon, W Goebl, E Pampalk, A Tobudic
AI Magazine 24 (3), 111-111, 2003
1512003
Tactile feedback and timing accuracy in piano performance
W Goebl, C Palmer
Experimental Brain Research 186 (3), 471-479, 2008
1412008
Melody lead in piano performance: Expressive device or artifact?
W Goebl
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110 (1), 563-572, 2001
1242001
Visualizing Expressive Performance in Tempo—Loudness Space
J Langner, W Goebl
Computer Music Journal 27 (4), 69-83, 2003
1162003
The performance worm: Real time visualisation of expression based on Langner’s tempo-loudness animation
S Dixon, W Goebl, G Widmer
Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2002), 361–364, 2002
942002
Temporal Control and Hand Movement Efficiency in Skilled Music Performance
W Goebl, C Palmer
PLOS ONE 8 (1), e50901, 2013
792013
Touch and temporal behavior of grand piano actions
W Goebl, R Bresin, A Galembo
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 118 (2), 1154-1165, 2005
662005
Sense in expressive music performance: Data acquisition, computational studies, and models
W Goebl, S Dixon, G De Poli, A Friberg, R Bresin, G Widmer
Sound to sense-sense to sound: A state of the art in sound and music …, 2008
632008
Measurement and reproduction accuracy of computer-controlled grand pianos
W Goebl, R Bresin
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 114 (4), 2273-2283, 2003
612003
Perceptual smoothness of tempo in expressively performed music
S Dixon, W Goebl, E Cambouropoulos
Music Perception 23 (3), 195-214, 2006
582006
Once again: The perception of piano touch and tone. Can touch audibly change piano sound independently of intensity
W Goebl, R Bresin, A Galembo
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Musical Acoustics, 332-335, 2004
482004
The Magaloff project: An interim report
S Flossmann, W Goebl, M Grachten, B Niedermayer, G Widmer
Journal of New Music Research 39 (4), 363-377, 2010
472010
Visualizing changes in the structure of data for exploratory feature selection
E Pampalk, W Goebl, G Widmer
Proceedings of the ninth ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge …, 2003
452003
Real time tracking and visualisation of musical expression
S Dixon, W Goebl, G Widmer
International Conference on Music and Artificial Intelligence, 58-68, 2002
442002
Exploring expressive performance trajectories: Six famous pianists play six Chopin pieces
W Goebl, E Pampalk, G Widmer
Proceedings of the 8th international conference on music perception and …, 2004
422004
When they listen and when they watch: Pianists’ use of nonverbal audio and visual cues during duet performance
L Bishop, W Goebl
Musicae Scientiae, 2015
412015
Perception of touch quality in piano tones
W Goebl, R Bresin, I Fujinaga
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (5), 2839-2850, 2014
352014
Finger motion in piano performance: Touch and tempo
W Goebl, C Palmer
International Symposium on Performance Science, ISPS 2009, 65-70, 2009
292009
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