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In this paper we present a methodology for analyzing polyphonic musical passages comprised by notes that exhibit a harmonically fixed spectral profile (such as piano notes). Taking advantage of this unique note structure we can model the audio content of the musical passage by a linear basis transform and use non-negative matrix decomposition methods to(More)
— In this paper we present a convolutive basis decomposition method and its application on simultaneous speakers separation from monophonic recordings. The model we propose is a convolutive version of the non-negative matrix factorization algorithm. Due to the non-negativity constraint this type of coding is very well suited for intuitively and efficiently(More)
In this paper we describe a technique that allows the extraction of multiple local shift-invariant features from analysis of non-negative data of arbitrary dimensionality. Our approach employs a probabilis-tic latent variable model with sparsity constraints. We demonstrate its utility by performing feature extraction in a variety of domains ranging from(More)
In this paper we describe a methodology for model-based single channel separation of sounds. We present a sparse latent variable model that can learn sounds based on their distribution of time/frequency energy. This model can then be used to extract known types of sounds from mixtures in two scenarios. One being the case where all sound types in the mixture(More)
In this paper we describe a model developed for the analysis of acoustic spectra. Unlike decom-positions techniques that can result in difficult to interpret results this model explicitly models spectra as distributions and extracts sets of additive and semantically useful components that facilitate a variety of applications ranging from source separation,(More)
In this paper we describe a model developed for the analysis of acoustic spectra. Unlike decompositions techniques that can result in difficult to interpret results this model explicitly models spectra as distributions and extracts sets of additive and semantically useful components that facilitate a variety of applications ranging from source separation,(More)
We present a technique for denoising speech using nonnegative matrix factorization (NMF) in combination with statistical speech and noise models. We compare our new technique to standard NMF and to a state-of-the-art Wiener filter implementation and show improvements in speech quality across a range of interfering noise types.
Perceived-pitch tracking of potentially aperiodic sounds, as well as pitch tracking of multiple simultaneous sources, is shown to be feasible using a probabilistic methodology. The use of a shift-invariant representation in the constant-Q domain allows the modeling of perceived pitch changes as vertical shifts of spectra. This enables the tracking of these(More)