Marion O'Farrell

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This paper examines the use of Mel-frequency Cepstral Coefficients in the classification of musical instruments. 2004 piano, violin and flute samples are analysed to get their coefficients. These coefficients are reduced using principal component analysis and used to train a multi-layered perceptron. The network is trained on the first 3, 4 and 5 principal(More)
This study aims to create an automatic musical instrument classifier by extracting audio features from real sample sounds. These features are reduced using Principal Component Analysis and the resultant data is used to train a Multi-Layered Perceptron. We found that the RMS temporal envelope and the evolution of the centroid gave the most interesting(More)
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