Class 1 ( long, musical, jingle like sounds )

   

length (sec.)

Mel. profile

Dyn. profile

Note 1

Note 2

in radio 2

1.46

 

synth

out radio 2

1.42

   

in radio 4

1.55

 

Granuleux

out radio 4

1.51

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Granuleux

out radio 1

1.72

 

synth

in radio 1

1.65

 

synth

in radio 6

1.53

 

synth

out radio 6

2.87

 

synth

-> comments <-

(~ jingle ) radio news - jingle type - broadcast start - important info coming - mysterious info coming

(~opening) musical sequence start - opening - application opening - successful action - web page opening

*remember typical "opening" profile according to sonification study :

Polyphonic / monophonic monophonic
Dynamic profile
Melodic profile & - generally up
Length Less than 0,5 sec

and typical "welcome" profile :

Polyphonic / monophonic polyphonic
Dynamic profile
Melodic profile & - generally up
Length Between 2 and 3 sec or > 4 sec.

other comments :
synth sounds - musical sounds - nice sounds - long enough to be recognized - Windows like - cheap computers - demo software

-> conclusions <-

This class 1 contains samples perceived as important, probably because they are quite long, more complex than more, sometimes reverberated, and musical.
These aspects lead to their perception as *jingles*

Which leads to the conclusion : this class 1 = jingle = long = musical = +/- complex = "welcome" category

Which means that the 'welcome' category can be slightly reconsidered - extended, rather, to long & musical, and less depending on mel & dyn profiles than previously thought.

Which also means that this 'musical aspect' sound aspect is so important that it makes a class by itself.