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Note-for-note transcriptions of 17 songs from this seminal '70s & '80s punk band: profession possibilities * Clampdown * conflict urban Rockers * entire keep an eye on * forty eight Hours * Ghetto Defendant * be aware of Your Rights * London Calling * London's Burning * The exceptional Seven * Rock the Casbah * secure ecu domestic * should still I remain or should still i am going * instantly to Hell * teach in useless * White guy in Hammersmith Palais * White insurrection.

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Given an S-pattern, abstraction can indeed be made of the frequency analysis part of the auditory model because the components can be seen as resolved spectral components. In terms of the framework sketched in Sect. 2, the S-pattern serves as the representation of the signal and as a spectral image. In the latter case the components stand for spectral components that are resolved by the hydrodynamic-based filtering in the cochlea. R-image (Simple Residue Image, Tone Completion Image) Synthetic Pattern Completion (Subharmonic-Sum of the S-pattern) S-image (Simple Spectral Image) S-pattern (Simple Spectral Pattern) } } Analytic Signai Representation Fig.

4 (upper part), the other one as in Fig. 3 2 3 The dichotomical basis of many of the experimental setups can be criticized. A request to answer either "up" or "down" might force the listener to make choices that would otherwise be judged in a more nuanced way. Our own (informal) experiments with skilled listeners show that they often hear the tritone interval to go both up and down, just as they actually hear more than one tone in the Shepard-tone (Sect. 6). Having replicated this setup, we found that the same person can hear both sequences.

1. 2 Attribute Theory Reconsidered From the point of view of musical semantics, the relevance of the twocomponent theory is questionable - not only because it is about isolated tones in stead of tones-in-a-context. There are other fundamental reasons why this theory is too simple. First of all, the basis of the two-component theory - the principle of octave equivalence - is no longer a valid foundation of pitch perception. 1, 10, 12] show that circularity is more general and not necessarily restricted to the octave: it can be smaller or greater than the octave and much depends on the overtone structure of the tones.

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