David R. W. Sears
David R. W. Sears
Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Arts, Texas Tech University
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Perceiving the classical cadence
DRW Sears, WE Caplin, S McAdams
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 31 (5), 397-417, 2014
372014
Simulating melodic and harmonic expectations for tonal cadences using probabilistic models
DRW Sears, MT Pearce, WE Caplin, S McAdams
Journal of New Music Research, 2017
252017
Psychophysiological responses to auditory change
L Chuen, DRW Sears, S McAdams
Psychophysiology, 2016
222016
Psychophysiological measures of emotional response to Romantic orchestral music and their musical and acoustic correlates
K Trochidis, DRW Sears, DL Trân, S McAdams
From Sounds to Music and Emotions, 44-57, 2012
162012
The classical cadence as a closing schema: Learning, memory, and perception
DRW Sears
McGill University, 2016
152016
A large-scale study of language models for chord prediction
F Korzeniowski, DRW Sears, G Widmer
Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech …, 2018
132018
Modeling harmony with skip-grams
DRW Sears, A Arzt, H Frostel, R Sonnleitner, G Widmer
Proceedings of the 18th International Society for Music Information …, 2017
132017
The perception of cadential closure
DRW Sears
What is a cadence? Theoretical and analytical perspectives on cadences in …, 2015
112015
Expectations for tonal cadences: Sensory and cognitive priming effects
DRW Sears, MT Pearce, J Spitzer, WE Caplin, S McAdams
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72 (6), 1422-1438, 2019
82019
Psychophysiological indices of music-evoked emotions in musicians
M Ogg, DRW Sears, M Marin, S McAdams
Music Perception 34 (6), 2017
82017
Evaluating language models of tonal harmony
DRW Sears, F Korzeniowski, G Widmer
Proceedings of the 19th International Society for Music Information …, 2018
42018
What were you expecting? Using expectancy features to predict expressive performances of classical piano music
CE Cancino-Chacón, M Grachten, DRW Sears, G Widmer
Proceedings of Music and Machine Learning (MML 2017), 2017
32017
Expecting the end: Continuous expectancy ratings for tonal cadences
DRW Sears, J Spitzer, WE Caplin, S McAdams
Psychology of Music 48 (3), 358-375, 2020
22020
Automatic estimation of harmonic tension by distributed representation of chords
A Nikrang, DRW Sears, G Widmer
Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Computer Music …, 2017
22017
Beneath (or beyond) the surface: Discovering voice-leading patterns with skip-grams
DRW Sears, G Widmer
Journal of Mathematics and Music, 2020
12020
Family resemblance and the classical cadence typology: Classification using phylogenetic trees
DRW Sears
Proceedings of the European Music Analysis Conference (EUROMAC), 1-2, 2017
12017
Predicting Emotions Perceived from Sounds
F Abri, LF Gutiérrez, AS Namin, DRW Sears, KS Jones
arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.02643, 2020
2020
String-based methods for tonal harmony: A corpus study of Haydn's string quartets
DRW Sears
Oxford Handbook of Music and Corpus Studies, 2020
2020
What is a cadence? Theoretical and analytical perspectives on cadences in the classical repertoire
DRW Sears
Eighteenth Century Music 8 (2), 361-364, 2011
2011
Predicting the psychophysiological responses of listeners with musical features
DRW Sears, M Ogg, M Benovoy, DL Trân, S McAdams
Psychophysiology 48, S106, 2011
2011
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