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Sensible 21st Century Saxophone Selection

This paper presents a method for selecting a saxophone, using data mining techniques with both subjective and objective data as criteria. Immediate, subjective personal impressions are given equal weight with more-objective observations made after the fact, and with hard data distilled from audio data using MIR Toolbox. Offshoots and directions for future research are considered.

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