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Addessi, A. R., Ferrari L., Benghi D., Regazzi F., Marchini M., & Pachet F. (2009).  The children and the Continuator. 4th Conference of the European Network of Music Educators an Researchers of Young Children. 597-608.
Bozzon, A., Laurier C., Pihlajamaa O., Aichroth P., Nejdl W., Debald S., et al. (2009).  Pharos: an audiovisual search platform. International Conference on Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR). 841. Abstract
Holonowicz, P., Herrera P., & Purwins H. (2009).  The Role of Loudness in Detection of Surprising Events in Music Recordings. 7th Triennial Conference of European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), 2009. Abstract
Pérez, A., & Bonada J. (2009).  Modeling the influence of performance controls on Violin Timbre. Music and Machine Learning workshop at the European Conference on Machine Learning. Abstract
Anniés, R., Adiloglu K., & Purwins H. (2009).  Playing with {SID}. Sound and Music Computing Conference, Inspirational Session "Sonic Interaction Design: interactive sound and everyday life" . Abstract
Hazan, A., Brossier P., Marxer R., & Purwins P. (2009).  What/when causal expectation modelling applied to percussive audio. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 123, issue 5, p. 3800. Abstract
Pampalk, E., Herrera P., & Goto M. (2008).  Computational Models of Similarity for Drum Samples . IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing . 16(2), 408-423. Abstract
Gouyon, F., Herrera P., Gómez E., Cano P., Bonada J., Loscos A., et al. (2008).  Content Processing of Music Audio Signals. (Polotti, P., Rocchesso, D., Ed.).Sound to Sense, Sense to Sound: A State of the Art in Sound and Music Computing. 83-160. Abstract
Perez-Sancho, C., Rizo D., Kersten S., & Ramirez R. (2008).  Genre Classification of Music by Tonal Harmony. International Workshop on Machine Learning and Music, International Conference on Machine Learning. Abstract