InterSinging 2010
First Interdisciplinary Workshop on Singing Voice

The University of Tokyo, Japan
October 1-2, 2010

Bibliographic Reference

[InterSinging-2010] InterSinging 2010, First Interdisciplinary Workshop on Singing Voice, Tokyo, Japan, October 1-2, 2010; ISCA Archive,

Introduction to the Workshop

Author Index and Quick Access to Abstracts

Erickson (15)   Erickson (29)   Fukayama   Haneishi   Imagawa   Kenmochi (1)   Kenmochi (9)   Kenmochi (39)   Kishimoto   Mazo   Nakaoka   Nakatsuma   Narayanan   Nayak   Nishimoto   Ono (5)   Ono (35)   Proctor   Sagayama (5)   Sagayama (35)   Saito   Sakakibara   Sako   Suzuki   Tachibana, Hideyuki   Tachibana, Makoto   Tanosaki   Tayama   Villavicencio   Yahiro  

Names written in boldface refer to first authors. Full papers can be accessed from the abstracts. Please note that each abstract opens in a separate window.

Table of Contents and Access to Abstracts

Kenmochi, Hideki: "VOCALOID and Hatsune Miku phenomenon in Japan", 1-4.

Fukayama, Satoru / Nakatsuma, Kei / Sako, Shinji / Nishimoto, Takuya / Ono, Nobutaka / Sagayama, Shigeki: "Automatic song composition from Japanese lyrics with singing voice synthesizer", 5-8.

Tachibana, Makoto / Nakaoka, Shin'ichiro / Kenmochi, Hideki: "A singing robot realized by a collaboration of VOCALOID and cybernetic human HRP-4C", 9-14.

Mazo, Margarita / Sakakibara, Ken-ichi / Imagawa, Hiroshi / Tayama, Niro / Erickson, Donna: "Vocal fold vibration in vocal expression of sadness: lamenting, speaking and singing", 15-22.

Proctor, Michael I. / Narayanan, Shrikanth / Nayak, Krishna: "Para-linguistic mechanisms of production in human "beatboxing": a real-time magnetic resonance imaging study", 23-28.

Erickson, Donna / Suzuki, Tomoe / Tanosaki, Kayo / Saito, Takeshi / Haneishi, Eri / Yahiro, Kuniyo / Kishimoto, Hiroko: "Ah, how sweet the sound: some acoustic characteristics of emotionally sung /ah/", 29-34.

Tachibana, Hideyuki / Ono, Nobutaka / Sagayama, Shigeki: "Singing voice enhancement for monaural music signals based on multiple time-frequency analysis", 35-38.

Villavicencio, Fernando / Kenmochi, Hideki: "Resurrecting past singers: non-parallel singing-voice conversion", 39-44.