I’d already sent it out to the world on Twitter and the music-ir list, but here’s just a quick note to say that there’s quite a lot of new software out from me and the C4DM at large. Four different things! Here’s approximately what I wrote on the music-ir list:
— this is my 2009 segmentation method, which we have recently implemented as a Vamp plugin. This version is what ran at MIREX this year.
BeatRoot Vamp Plugin
— this is a C++ implementation of Simon Dixon’s trusty beat tracker (originally implemented in Java). This is the second serious beat tracker QM offers (the other one comes with the qm-vamp-plugins).
is “probabilistic YIN” — my generalisation of the time-tested YIN algorithm for monophonic pitch tracking. Also implements YIN, but pYIN is more robust than YIN alone. Also implements a note tracker.
is a tool for melody annotation. A little brother of Sonic Visualiser, which is simpler but specialised on note editing. A collaboration between Chris Cannam, George Fazekas and me — WARNING: still a prototype (don’t expect too much).
All these are also linked from my Software