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[29 Sep 2012 | Comments Off | 1,763 views]
A Corpus-based Study of Rhythm Patterns

Something new, and, at least to me, exciting. And: it’s not about chords this time, can you believe it?

Accompanying web page is here.

Abstract: We present a corpus-based study of musical rhythm, based on a collection of 4.8…

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[17 Okt 2011 | Comments Off | 1,160 views]

Abstract: We propose the novel audio feature structural change for the analysis and visualisation of recorded music, and argue that it is related to a particular notion of musical complexity. Structural change is a meta feature that can be calculated…

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[17 Okt 2011 | Comments Off | 1,869 views]
Songle: A Web Service for Active Music Listening Improved by User Contributions

Abstract: This paper describes a public web service for active music listening, Songle, that enriches music listening experiences by using music-understanding technologies based on signal processing. Although various research-level interfaces and technologies have been developed, it has not been easy…

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[17 Okt 2011 | Comments Off | 1,720 views]

Abstract: We propose the task of detecting instrumental solos in polyphonic music recordings, and the usage of a set of four audio features for vocal and instrumental activity detection. Three of the features are based on the prior extraction of…

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[4 Aug 2010 | Comments Off | 9,858 views]

Slides are available here.
Abstract. The automatic detection and transcription of musical chords from audio is an established music computing task. The choice of chord profiles and higher-level time-series modelling have received a lot of attention, resulting in methods…

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[3 Aug 2010 | Comments Off | 697 views]

Author = {Tim Crawford and Matthias Mauch and Christophe Rhodes},
Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 11th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2010)},
Title = {Recognizing Classical Works in Historical Recordings},
Year = {2010}}

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[21 Jul 2010 | Comments Off | 1,405 views]

Abstract. We propose two novel lyrics-to-audio alignment methods which make use of additional chord information. In the first method we extend an existing hidden Markov model (HMM) for lyrics alignment by adding a chord model based on the chroma features…

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[6 Apr 2010 | One Comment | 1,310 views]

We present a novel music signal processing task of classifying the tuning of a harpsichord from audio recordings of standard musical works. We report the results of a classification experiment involving six different temperaments, using real harpsichord recordings as well…

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[5 Okt 2009 | Comments Off | 1,158 views]

Chord extraction from audio is a well-established music computing task, and many valid approaches have been presented in recent years that use different chord templates, smoothing techniques and musical context models. The present work shows that additional exploitation of the…

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[6 Sep 2008 | Comments Off | 760 views]

Chord labels for recorded audio are in high demand both as an end product used by musicologists and hobby musicians and as an input feature for music similarity applications. Many past algorithms for chord labelling are based on chromagrams, but…