Pedro Vera-Candeas

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Close-microphone techniques are extensively employed in many live music recordings, allowing for interference rejection and reducing the amount of reverberation in the resulting instrument tracks. However, despite the use of directional microphones, the recorded tracks are not completely free from source interference, a problem which is commonly known as(More)
In this paper we propose a monophonic constrained signal decomposition model applied to polyphonic signals composed of several monophonic sources from different musical instruments. The harmonic constraint is particularly effective for tonal instruments because each note is associated with a unique basis. The monophonic constraint is implemented by(More)