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See analyses in Clayton, M., Jakubowski, K., & Eerola, T. (2019). Interpersonal entrainment in Indian instrumental music performance: Synchronization and movement coordination relate to tempo, dynamics, metrical and cadential structure. Musicae Scientiae, 23(3), 304–331. ---------- Audio for NIR_DBh_Malhar, NIR_NGh_Tabla, NIR_PrB_Jhinjhoti, NIR_ShKh_Jhinjhoti, NIR_VK_Multani and NIR_VS_Bhoop replaced 29 July 2019 using original sampling/bit rates, and new tracks added; video for NIR_PrB_Jhinjhoti also resaved. Files_and_Metadata document updated 4 Sept 2019 to reflect these changes. ---------- Four new performances, comprising the second half of the IEMP NIR Collection, added 19 July 2019. Also added ROI (region of interest) files for Eyesweb movement extraction. Also replaced audio for ABh_Puriya to original 24 bit, 48 kHz WAV. Documentation files saved as v2 to mark this change. ---------- Selected Onset csv files updated 21 Dec 2018 following correction of errors. Further corrections made 23-24 July 2019; errors in values corrected only in ShKh_Jhinjhoti_VilambitTeental, resulting in small changes to statistical results reported in Clayton, Jakubowski and Eerola 2019 (no change to significance levels of statistical tests).
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