4. Applications: MIR abilities Step 1. Create database using PERL (GUIDO is text-based) Step 2. Pre-calculate transition probability matrices for absolute pitch and rhythm of each element in database Step 3. Hierarchically cluster pieces Step 4. Search!
5. Pros and Cons of GUIDO i.Incomplete, and inactive since 2003 –Extended notation and postscript output of NoteViewer are missing ii.Is being human-writable an asset? iii.Poor at representing the vertical and horizontal simultaneously i.Translates to and from major formats: XML, Finale, Sibelius. ii.Perhaps not for authoring, but it is certainly human-editable iii.…like every other computer- based format! Plus, it’s complete. …but…
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