Hiroko Terasawa | Publications



PhD Thesis

Hiroko Terasawa: "A Hybrid Model for Timbre Perception: Quantitative Representations of Sound Color and Density."
PhD Thesis, Stanford University. (2009) [PDF]


Book Article

Hiroko Terasawa: "Timbre perception." In Encyclopedia of Perception, E. Bruce Goldstein (Ed), SAGE Publications. (2009)


Conference Proceedings

16. Hiroko Terasawa, Josef Parvizi, and Chris Chafe: "Sonifying ECoG Seizure Data with Overtone Mapping: a Strategy for Creating Auditory Gestalt from Correlated Multichannel Data." Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Display 2012 (ICAD2012), pp. 129-134. (2012) [PDF]

15. Hidefumi Ohmura, Takayuki Hamano, Tomasz Rutkowski, Hiroko Terasawa, Kazuo Okanoya, and Kiyoshi Furukawa: "Structural Analysis of Responses to Musical Tonality: Commonality with the Neural Processing of Emotion in Language." Evolution of Language - Proceedings of the 9th International Conference (EVOLANG9), pp. 510-511. (2012)

14. Kiyoshi Furukawa, Tomasz Rutkowski, Takayuki Hamano, Hidefumi Ohmura, Reiko Hoshi-Shiba, Hiroko Terasawa, and Kazuo Okanoya: "Music Performance with 'Imagery Instrument' by Real-time Categorisation of Brain Activities." Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Music and Emotion, pp. 46-47. (2011)

13. Hiroko Terasawa, Yuta Takahashi, Keiko Hirota, Takayuki Hamano, Takeshi Yamada, Akiyoshi Fukamizu, and Shoji Makino: "C. Elegans Meets Data Sonification: Can We Hear its Elegant Movement?" 8th Sound and Music Computing Conference, Padova, Italy. (2011) [PDF]

12. Teruaki Kaniwa, Sungyoung Kim, Hiroko Terasawa, Masahiro Ikeda, Takeshi Yamada, and Shoji Makino: "Towards a Personalized Technical Ear Training Program: An Investigation of the Effect of Adaptive Feedback." 8th Sound and Music Computing Conference, Padova, Italy. (2011) [PDF]

11. Takuro Shibayama, Hiroko Terasawa, Hidefumi Ohmura, Reiko Hoshi-Shiba, TAkahuki Hamano, Miwa Fukino, Kazuo Okanoya, and Kiyoshi Furukawa: "What We Listen to with Music: Seeking a General Theory of Musical Emotion with the Aid of the Humanities Perspectives." The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2011, Osaka, Japan. (2011)

10. Tomoko Yonezawa, Hirotake Yamazoe, and Hiroko Terasawa: "Portable Recording/Browsing System of Voice Memos Allocated to User-relative Directions." Pervasive 2009 Adjunct Proceedings (Demonstration), pp.241-244. Nara, Japan. (2009)

9. Patty Huang, Jonathan Abel, Hiroko Terasawa, and Jonathan Berger: "Reverberation Echo Density Psychoacoustics." Proceedings of the 125th Audio Engineering Society Convention, Paper Number 7583, pp. 1-10. San Francisco, CA. (2008) [PDF]

8. Mark Cartwright, Matt Jones and Hiroko Terasawa: "Rage in Conjunction with the Machine." Proceedings of the 2007 Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME07), pp. 224-227. New York, NY. (2007)

7. Hiroko Terasawa, Malcolm Slaney and Jonathan Berger: "A statistical model for timbre." ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Statistical And Perceptual Audition-SAPA2006, pp. 18-23. Pittsburgh, PA. (2006) [PDF]

6. Hiroko Terasawa, Malcolm Slaney and Jonathan Berger: "Determining the Euclidean distance between two steady-state sounds." International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC), pp. 42-49. Bologna, Italy. (2006) [PDF]

5. Hiroko Terasawa, Malcolm Slaney and Jonathan Berger: "The Thirteen Colors of Timbre." Proceedings of IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, pp. 323-326. Mohonk, NY. (2005) [PDF]

4. Hiroko Terasawa, Malcolm Slaney and Jonathan Berger: "A Timbre Space for Speech." Proceedings of Interspeech 2005-Eurospeech, pp. 1729-1732. Lisbon, Portugal (2005) [PDF]

3. Hiroko Terasawa, Jonathan Berger and Julius Smith: "Using A Perceptually Based Timbre Metric for Parameter Control Estimation in Physical Modeling Synthesis." Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference 2005, pp.652-655. d Barcelona, Spain (2005) [PDF]

2. Hiroko Terasawa, Malcolm Slaney and Jonathan Berger: "Perceptual Distance in Timbre Space." Proceedings of ICAD 05 - Eleventh Meeting of the International Conference on Auditory Display, pp. 61-68. Limerick, Ireland (2005) [PDF]

1. Hiroko Shiraiwa, Rodrigo Segnini and Vivian Woo: "Sound Kitchen: Designing a Chemically Controlled Musical Performance." Proceedings of the 2003 Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME-03), pp. 83-86. Montreal, Canada (2003) [PDF]


Conference Talk Abstracts

6. Blair Bohannan, Hiroko Terasawa,Steinunn Arnardottir, Marcos Perreau-Guimaraes, and Patrick Suppes: "Perceptual and Neural Representation of the Temporal Attribute of Timbre." The 11th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC11). (2010)

5. Jim Beauchamp, Hiroko Terasawa, and Andrew Horner: "Predicting Perceptual Differences Between Musical Sounds: A Comparison of Mel-Band- and MFCC-based Metric Results to Previous Harmonic-Based Results." Society of Music Perception and Cognition Conference, Abstract. Indianapolis, IN. (2009)

4. Hiroko Terasawa and Jonathan Berger: "A Hybrid Model of Timbre Perception." Invited talk. J. Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 124, Issue 4, p. 2448, October 2008.

3. Hiroko Terasawa and Jonathan Berger: "A Hybrid Model of Timbre Perception - Part 1: The Color of Sound." Oral presentation at the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC10), Abstract. Sapporo, Japan. (2008)

2. Hiroko Terasawa, Patty Huang, Jonathan Abel, and Jonathan Berger: "A hybrid model of timbre perception - Part 2: The texture of sound." Poster presentation at the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC10), Abstract. Sapporo, Japan. (2008)

1. Hiroko Shiraiwa, Kenshi Kishi, and Isao Nakamura: "Physical modeling synthesis of recorder sound" J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Volume 113, Issue 4, p. 221. Abstract. Nashville, TN (2003)