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On the segmentation and analysis of continuous musical sound by digital computer

James Anderson Moorer

On the segmentation and analysis of continuous musical sound by digital computer

by James Anderson Moorer

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Published by Dept. of Music, Stanford University in [Stanford, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Acoustics and physics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James A. Moorer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3807 .M76
    The Physical Object
    Pagination165 p. :
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4949703M
    LC Control Number76377789

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    Analysis, Synthesis, and Perception of Musical Sounds: The Sound of Music James Beauchamp The problems of analyzing and synthesizing musical timbres have been prevalent for over half a century, and a book length exploration of this large and complex subject has been long overdue. audio-segmentation-by-classification-tutorial. A jupyter notebook for a multiclass audio segmentation tutorial and demo.. What is it all about? Whe have an audio stream and we want to automatically figure out, given some training data, which kinds of sound envents it contains and when each of these events occurs (see next figure).

    Automated Structural Music Analysis: Segmentation (Cambouropoulos, AISB'99) Clustering and motivic analysis (Cambouropoulos & Widmer, ) Musical category formation (Cambouropoulos, Music Perception ) Studying the nature of basic percepts related to expression. Lizhe Tan, Jean Jiang, in Digital Signal Processing (Third Edition), Subband Coding Basics. In many applications such as speech and audio analysis, synthesis, and compression, digital filter banks are often filter bank system consists of two stages. The first stage, called the analysis stage, is in the form of filter bank decomposition, in which the signal is filtered into.


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We take advantage of the divide and conquer design paradigm and create several artificial neural networks, each one responsible for transcribing one musical note. This way, we depart from the traditional approach which resorts to a single classifier for transcribing all musical : André Gil, Carlos Grilo, Gustavo Reis, Patrício Domingues.

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I look forward myself to developing my own sonic and musical tools with the Csound Book/5(24). This project examines the psycho-acoustic bases of the perception of musical structure by human listeners.

Computational models will be built to mimic basic musical perception, such as parsing music into phrases or sections (i.e., recurrent structural analysis), identifying the main themes or hooks of a musical piece (i.e., music summarization), and detecting the most informative parts of.

A musical piece typically has a repetitive structure. Analysis of this structure will be useful for indexing the digital music repository, segmenting music at transitions, and summarizing the thumbnails of music, all of which can be used in building efficient music retrieval and recommendation systems.

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The weakness of segmentation is evident from the inability of a marketer to take care of all segmentation bases and countless variables. The possibilities are so many that [ ]. Sound and music computing (SMC) is a research field that studies the whole sound and music communication chain from a multidisciplinary point of view.

By combining scientific, technological and artistic methodologies it aims at understanding, modeling and generating sound and music through computational approaches. In this paper, we present a segmentation algorithm for acoustic musical signals, using a hidden Markov model.

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Computer music analysis is investigated, with specific reference to the current research fields of automatic music transcription, human mu-sic perception, pitch determination, note and stream segmentation, score generation, time-frequency analysis techniques, and musical grammars.

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dissertation, Stanford Department of Music Report No. STAN-M3. Google Scholar Cited by: Input sound (evaluation only) Detected onsets pre−labeled onsets Figure 1: Overview of the segmentation process based construction of a spectral-model of a musical instru-ment.

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Page Segmentation and Interpretation in Atonal Music. John F. Doerksen University of Western Ontario London, Ontario, Canada Email: [email protected] Abstract This paper argues that, in the analysis of atonal music, segmentation and interpretation are two sides of the same by: 2.

Speech segmentation is the process of identifying the boundaries between words, syllables, or phonemes in spoken natural term applies both to the mental processes used by humans, and to artificial processes of natural language processing.

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[7], musical emotion is modeled as a func-tion of musical features using system identification tech-niques. In [11], conditional random fields were used to model continuous emotion with a resolution of 11 11 in valence-arousal space. A similar strategy was employed in [4], where dynamic texture models were trained corre.Audio segmentation is a basis for multimedia content analysis which is the most important and widely used application nowadays.

An optimized audio classification and segmentation algorithm is presented in this paper that segments a superimposed audio stream on the basis of its content into four main audio types: pure-speech, music, environment sound, and by: