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Trained musicians are able to reproduce arbitrary rhythms at arbitrary speeds. There must

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Trained musicians are able to reproduce arbitrary rhythms at arbitrary speeds. There must be a metronom-like oscillator in the brain that can be tuned and locked to arbitrary frequencies. Untrained musicians tend to accelerate the speed when reproducing a rhythmic pattern. If the beats of a rhythm are too far apart in time, a "silent beat" is used to help the musician keeping in time.

What is the simplest dynamical model that can reproduce all this features of the human metronom?

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-- FlorianCentler - 22 Jun 2004

 
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