A Study on Effective Skill Passing Method for Uta-Sanshin

Tsugushi Nagahama, Kei Miyagi, Chikatoshi Yamada


In the Okinawa 21st Century Vision, the succession and reconstruction of traditional culture are required, one of which is Uta-Sanshin. However, it is thought that many instructive and esoteric expressions of the leader, a decrease in the number of players accompanying the aging, and difficulty in understanding the score are interfering with succession and reconstruction. In this research, we aim at establishing the traditional support technology which can extract and identify singing skills in Uta-Sanshin using deep learning and understand the basics of skill in an easy-to-understand manner.


Deep laerning; Skill passing; Formant

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