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Molina et al. find that pYIN pitch tracker is good and robust

25 Oktober 2014 796 views No Comment

Looking at the ISMIR 2014 programme I discovered that Emilio Molina and colleagues have tested our pYIN pitch tracker against a range of other methods (SWIPE, YIN, MELODIA, Boersma/Lei Wang, …). Here’s a link to their paper entitled “The importance of F0 tracking in Query-by-Singing-Humming“. Their results suggest that pYIN is among the best trackers on clean data, and the most robust against noise and distortion. Nice.

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