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English: An excerpt from “Go Trippy” by WANICO feat. Jake Smith. Woodblock sounds were superimposed to indicate the detected beat onsets in this study.
Source Audio S2 from Fujii S, Watanabe H, Oohashi H, Hirashima M, Nozaki D, Taga G (2014). "Precursors of Dancing and Singing to Music in Three- to Four-Months-Old Infants". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0097680. PMID 24837135. PMC: 4023986.
Author Fujii S, Watanabe H, Oohashi H, Hirashima M, Nozaki D, Taga G
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