Thank you for your interest in our music stream segregation task. All stimuli and tasks referred to in this text are discussed in the following publication:
Niels R. Disbergen, Giancarlo Valente, Elia Formisano, and Robert J. Zatorre (2018). Assessing Top-down and Bottom-Up Contributions to Auditory Stream Segregation and Integration with Polyphonic Music. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12:121. doi:10.3389/fnins.2018.00121
All music used in the experiments has been composed by Scott Rubin.
Stimuli (as wav-files) can be obtained in the download section of this webpage. Files are divided per experiment (see below) and in each composition's folder for experiment 1 there is a *.pdf with their respective scores. At the end of this page an overview of the stimulus directory tree can be found.
Files are named in the following manner: "Comp[number]_[triplet location]_[voice].wav"
Composition numbers [number] and their triplet timing:
|Composition||Triplet Time (s)|
Each composition was written in four different triplet versions [triplet location], see Figure 1 of publication:
Stimuli for which the timbre was morphed, and were included in experiment 1 are: 1, 4, 5, 8, and 10.
Filenames are an extension to those of experiment 1: Comp[number]_[triplet location]_[voice]_[morph-direction]_[morph-step].wav
Morphing direction of voice [morph-direction]:
Morphing percentage [morph-step]: